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ANNUAL 



OF THE 



NORTH CAROLINA 

Baptist State Convention 

1906 




First Baptist Church 
Greensboro 



RALEIGH 

PRESSES OF EDWARDS A BROUGHTON COMPANY. 

1906 



PRINCIPAL CONTENTS. 



Constitution 4 

Officers 6 

Boards of the Convention 7, 8 

Trustees Wake Forest, Baptist University, Orphanage 8 

List of messengers 9-16 

Proceedings 17-79 

Organization: Enrollment, 17 — Visitors, 17 — Election of officers, 18 — 
Order of business, 19 — Sermon, 21. 

Committees for this session 20, 41 

Committees for next session 21, 62, 77, 79 

Reports of Boards: Mission and Sunday Schools, 22-41: Orphanage, 
42 — Baptist University for Women, 55 — Wake Forest College, 59 — 
Ministerial Belief, 68 — Education, 74. 

Reports of Committees: Orphanage, 42 — Sunday Schools, 46 — Wo- 
man's Work, 49 — Foreign Missions, 51 — Conference with Free Will 
Baptists, 52 — Assembly Ground, 53 — State Missions, 53 — Place and 
Preacher, 57 — Temperance, 57 — Periodicals, 62 — Home Missions, 64 
— Memorial Tributes, 71 — Ministerial Education, 73 — General Edu- 
cation, 75. 

Resolutions: Orphanage Infirmary, 45 — Representation of W. M. U., 
50 — C. B. F. Institute and Oxford Seminary, 56 — Relation of races, 
56 — Youthful criminals, 61 — Sympathy with family of Rev. N. S. 
Jones, 61 — Baptist sanatorium, 61 — Report on academies, 78, 79 — 
Thanks, 79. 

Messages: Seminary students, 41 — F. M. Jordan, 46 — J. D. Hufham, 
49— President of State W. C. T. U., 62— N. C. Conference of M. E. 
Church, South, 68— John E. White, 77— J. A. Whitted, 77— To 
colored brethren, 78. 

Miscellaneous: Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 41 — New 

pastors welcomed, 45 — Louisville Training School, 50 — American 

Baptist Publication Society, 57 — American Sabbath Association, 57 

— N. C. Baptist Minister's Conference, 62 — Reception at Normal, 64. 

Statistics and other data (indexed) Appendix 



CONSTITUTION. 



1. The Baptist State Convention shall be composed of three male 
representatives from each white Association in the State and one 
annual male representative appointed by the churches for every ten 
dollars contributed to its funds, and of such male life members as 
have been made so by the payment of thirty dollars at any one time 
to the Treasurer for the objects of the Convention. No church shall 
have more than ten representatives. No one shall be a member of the 
Convention who is not a member in good standing of a Baptist church 
in fellowship with us, and no other life member shall be made. 

2. The primary objects of the Convention shall be to encourage and 
support Wake Forest College; to educate young men called of God 
to the ministry, and approved by the churches to which they belong; 
to encourage education among all the people of the State; to support 
the gospel in all the destitute sections of the State and of the Southern 
Baptist Convention ; to send the gospel to the nations who have it not ; 
to encourage the distribution and study of the Bible and a sound re- 
ligious literature; to assist Baptist churches in the erection of suitable 
houses of worship; to encourage the proper care of indigent orphan 
children and destitute and aged ministers of the gospel, and to co-operate 
with the Southern Baptist Convention in all its departments of labor. 

3. This Convention shall meet annually, on Wednesday after the first 
Sunday in December. 

4. The officers of the Convention shall be a President, three Vice- 
Presidents, a Recording Secretary and an Assistant, a Corresponding 
Secretary, a Treasurer, and Auditor, and five Trustees, all of whom, 
except the Trustees (who shall serve during the pleasure of the Con- 
vention), shall be elected annually by direct ballot. 

5. The President shall preside and enforce order in accordance with 
Dr. Kerfoot's Parliamentary Law. One of the Vice-Presidents shall 
preside in the absence of the President. 

6. The Recording Secretary and his Assistant shall record the pro- 
ceedings, collect and preserve statistics of the denomination, and pub- 
lish and distribute the Minutes. 

7. The Treasurer shall receive all funds represented in the Conven- 
tion; make public acknowledgment of the same each week through the 
Biblical Recorder; give his bond to the Trustees; forward, at least 
once a month, all contributions to their destination; at every meeting 
of the Convention make a full report of his receipts and disbursements, 
and, on retiring from his office, turn over to his successor all moneys, 
papers and books belonging thereto. 

8. The Trustees shall secure and hold the title to any and all property 
belonging to, or which may be acquired by. the Convention and take a 



CONTENTS. O 

sufficient bond of the Treasurer. The terms, conditions and amount of 
the bond shall be fixed by the Trustees, and in case the Treasurer shall 
refuse or neglect to give his bond within thirty days after his election, 
the Trustees shall have power to elect a Treasurer. They shall report 
annually to the Convention. 

9. The Auditor shall, prior to each annual meeting of the Conven- 
tion, examine carefully all the receipts, disbursements, vouchers, papers 
and books of the Treasurer, and his certificate to the facts in the case 
shall be attached to the Treasurer's report. 

10. The Corresponding Secretary shall solicit contributions to the 
objects of the Convention; assist the' Board of Missions and Sunday 
Schools in the employment and payment of missionaries, and labor to 
promote the cultivation and development of Christian benevolence. 

11. The Education Board shall, so far as it may be able, assist promis- 
ing and indigent young ministers seeking to prepare themselves for the 
more efficient j^reaching of the gospel. 

12. The Board of ^Missions and Sunday Schools shall encourage the 
churches to give liberally to all the objects of the Convention; so far 
as. the means at its disposal will allow, supply all destitute portions 
of the State with faithful and efficient ministers of the gospel; give 
pecuniary aid, as far as can be secui-ed, for building houses of worship 
at proper points in the State, and in cases where pecuniary aid cannot 
be given, commend them to the beneficence of the churches; encourage 
the distribution and study of the Bible and a sound religious literature 
in the homes, in the churches and in the Sunday Schools; encourage 
Sunday School Conventions and Institutes; continue, and so far as it 
may be able and the growth of this work may require, enlarge the 
Baptist Book Store, and co-operate with the missionary and Sunday 
School work of the Southern Baptist Convention. The Board shall ap- 
point of their number a committee of seven, to whom shall be com- 
mitted the Sunday School work, and the nomination for approval by the 
Board of a Sunday School Secretary or secretaries to prosecute the 
work within the bounds of the Convention. The Board shall also ap- 
point three of their number who shall be the managers of the Baptist 
Book Store, and as may be necessary from time to time report its con- 
dition to the Board. 

13. The Board shall be appointed annually, and report to each session 
of the Convention. 

14. The Convention year shall close one week before the annual meet- 
ing of the body. 

15. The Boards of the Convention shall fix the compensation of their 
respective officers, and that of the Treasurer and Corresponding Secre- 
tary of the Convention. 

16. This Constitution may be changed or amended by two-thirds of 
the representatives in attendance at any annual session voting in the 
affirmative. 



OFFICERS. 

PRESIDENT : 

W. N. JONES Raleigh. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS : 

LEE H. BATTLE Greensboro, 

F. P. HOBGOOD Oxford. 

WILLIAM LUNSFORD Asheville. 

RECORDING SECRETARIES: 

X. B. BROUGHTON Raleigh. 

HIGHT C. MOORE Raleigh. 

TREASURER : 

WALTERS DURHAM Raleigh. 

AUDITOR : 

F. H. BRIGGS Raleigh. 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY. 

LIVINGSTON JOHNSON Raleigh. 

TRUSTEES : 

W. C. TYREE Raleigh. 

G. C. BRIGGS ' Waynesville. 

N. BIGGS Scotland Neck. 

C. B. AYCOCK Goldsboro. 

D. L. GORE Wilmington. 



BOARDS OF THE CONVENTION. 

1906-1907. 



BOARD OP] MISSIONS AND SUNDAY SCHOOLS, RALEIGH. 

John E. Ray, G. M. Allen, J. S. Allen, J. D. Boushall, C. B. Edwards, 
A. D. Hunter, J. B. Boone, J. M. Broughton, A, B. Forrest, S. W. Brewer, 
N. B. Broughton, J. C. Murchison, J. H. Smith, E. L. Middleton, 
F. P. Hobgood, J. N. Holding, W. C. Tyree, C. J. Hunter, W. N. 
Jones, J. C. Scarborough, C. M. Beach, E. S. Dunn, J. D. Hufham, H. 
C. Doekery, C. M. Cooke, W. L. Poteat, J. T. Pullen, J. W. Bailey, J. 
P. Wyatt, Chas. L. Smith, L. R. Pruett, W. A. Cooper, R. N. Simms, 
W. R. Cullom, E. P. Moses, J. H. Weathers, T. J. Taylor, T. M. Pittman, 
T. B. Moseley, Wm. Lunsford, H. H. Hulten, A. I. Justice, R. A. Sentell, 
A. H. Sims, R. L. Patton, J. Y. Joyner, J. W. Denmark, Walters Dur- 
ham, R. T. Vann, M. L. Kesler, E. E. Bomar, C. A. Jenkens, E. F. Ayd- 
lett, A. Johnson, N. A. Dunn, J. C. Massee, C. F. Meserve, E. Y. Pool, 
J. S. Farmer, C. H. Poe, T. B. Parker, J. S. Pearson, A. T. Cotten, C. G. 
Wells, W. R. Gwaltney, T. M. Arrington, R. S. Stephenson, B. W. N. 
Simms, J. H. Tucker. 

AssociATiONAL MEMBERS. — Alleghany and Grayson, W. C. Fields; 
Ashe, J. Ellerj Atlantic, J. C. Whitty; Alexander, L. P. Gwaltney; 
Beulah, J. E. Jordan; Bladen, F. S. Averitt; Brier Creek, N. T. Jarvis; 
Brushy Mountain, R. A. Spainhour; Brunsivick, D. I. Watson; Buncombe, 
A. E. Brown; Caldioell, J. V. McCall; Carolina, T. J. Rikman; Cedar 
Creek, ; Central, A. C. Green; Catawba River, E. McK. Good- 
win; Cape Fear, A. H. Porter; Choioan, A. F. Rountree; Eastern, C. E. 
Daniel; Elkin, J. I. Dimette; Flat River, T. H. Street; French Broad, 
R. L. Moore; Green River, C. B. Justice; Haywood, J. L. Morgan; John- 
ston, C. W. Blanchard; King's Mountain, A. C. Irvin; Liberty, C. M. 
Wall; Liberty and Ducktown, J. F. McGee; Little River, C. P. Norris; 
Macon, W. L. Bradley; Mecklenbw-g and Cabarrus, W. M. Lyles; Mitch- 
ell, L. H. Green; Montgomery, W. M. Bostick; Mt. Zion, W. C. Barrett; 
Neuse, W. F. Fry; Neio Found, R. H. Hipps; Pee Dee, C. D. Graves; 
Piedmont, H. W. Battle; Pilot Mountain, H. A. Bro\vn; Raleigh, W. R. 
Beach ; Robeson, C. H. Durham ; Sandy Creek, G. J. Dowell ; South Fork, 
W. H. Reddish; South River, John A. Gates; South Yadkin, J. N. 
Stallings; Stanly, E. F. Eddins; Stone Mountain, J. S. Kilby; Surry, 
J. G. Burrus; Tar River, N. Biggs; Tennessee River, J. S. Woodard; 
Three Forks, J. C. Horton; Transylvania, E. Allison; Tuckaseigee, 
T. C. Bryson; Union, D. A. Snider; West Chowan, L. M. Curtis; Western 
North Carolina, J. T. Plott; Yadkin, A. S. Speer; Yancey, B. B. Riddle; 
Wilmington, D. L. Gore. 



8 BOARDS OF THE COXVEXTIOX. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION, WAKE FOEEST. 

C. E. Taylor, W. L. Poteat, J. F. Lanueau, W. B. Royall, W. R. 
Cullom, C. E. Brewer, J. W. Bailey,, J. M. Brewer, T. E. Holding, J. 
B. Carlyle, J. H. Gorrell, W. B. Dunn, B. F. Sledd, J. L. Lake, J. C. 
Fowler, G. W. Paschal, L. R. Mills, J. B. Powers, R. E. Royall, Darius 
Eatman, X. Y. Gulley, E. W. Sikes, W. M. Dickson, J. L. Allen, J. W. 
Lynch, L. Johnson. W. W. Holding, Z. V. Peed, R. B. White, E. W, 
Timberlake. 



MINISTERS' RELIEF BOARD, DURHAM. 

C. J. Thompson, J. F. McDuffie, T. E. Cheek, W. C. Barrett, H. A. 
Foushee, J. W. Downey, O. W. Triplett, R. H. Rigsbee, J. V. Rigsbee. 



TRUSTEES OF WAKE FOREST COLLEGE, WAKE FOREST. 

W. C. Tyree, President : C. J. Hunter, Secretary; E. F. Aydlett, J. 
W. Bailey, N. Biggs, J. B. Boone, N. B. Broughton, C. M. Cooke, W. 
E. Daniel, H. C. Dockery. W. C. Dowd. W. J. Ferrell. A. R. Foushee, 
A. D. Ward, W\ R. Gwaltney, F. P. Hobgood, J. N. Holding, J. D. Huf- 
ham, S. Mclntyre, E. Y. Webb, J. T. J. Battle, L. Johnson, J. W. Lynch, 
R. H. :SIarsh, C. W. ^^litchell, G. A. Norwood, Jr., J. :M. Parrott, J. B. 
Richardson. R. E. Royall, J. C. Scarborough. J. A. Campbell, J. F. 
Spainhour, E. W. Timberlake, J. H. Tucker. R. T. Vann. 



TRUSTEES BAPTIST UNIVERSITY FOR WOMEN, RALEIGH. 

W. N. Jones, President; C. E. Hoi ton, Vice-President ; John E. Ray, 
Secretary; John T. Pullen, Treasurer; J. W. Bailey, S. W. Brewer, E. 
McK. Goodwin, Jasper C. ^Nlassee, J. N. Holding, Carey J. Hunter, 
Livingston Johnson, J. Y. Joyner, M. L. Kesler, W. C. Tyree, W. L. 
Poteat, J. D. Boushall, N. B. Broughton, W. E. Daniel, R. W. Winston, 
C. A. Jenkens, C. B. Justice, R. N. Simms, O. L. Stringfield, Stephen 
Mclntyre, T. S. Franklin. 



TRUSTEES OF THE ORPHANAGE, THOiL\SVILLE. 

W. R. Gwaltney, President; J. A. Durham, H. F. Shenck, C. E. Holton, 
John C. Whitty, Henry C. Dockery, J. S. Montague, Thomas Carrick, 
R. A. Spainhour, F. P. Hobgood, Noah Biggs, E. F. Aydlett, John C. 
Scarborough, John E. Ray, Stephen [Mclntyre, C. W. Mitchell, J. W. 
Noell. 



LIST OF MESSENGERS 



(The list is given by associations and churches. The post-office ad- 
•dress, if different from name of church, follows name of messenger.) 

ALEXANDER. 

Taylorsville — A. C. Payne; O. A. Keller, Cana. 

ALLEGHANY-GRAYSON. 

Liberty — Joseph P. Cheek, Whitehead. 

ASHE. 

Biy Laurel — J. T. Glenn, Hemlock. 

ATLANTIC. 

Davis—SM. G. Hall. 
Morehead City — R. D. Cross. 
'Nexv Bern, First — W. A. Ayers. 
Sioansboro — E. C. Andrews. 

BEULAH. 

Carr's Chapel — W. P. Davis, Altamahaw, 2 ; John W. Terrell, Union 
JRidge. 

Clement — C. E,. Vernon, Bushy Pork. 
Ephesus — D. W. Thomasson, Semora. 
Lamberth Memorial — W. B. Clay, Roxboro. 
Milton — L. M. Holloway. 
Providence — J. A. Braswell. 
Tanceyville — S. B. Wilson. 

BRUSHY MOUNTAIN. 

North Wilkesboro—W. P. Staley, H. W. Horton. 
Walnut Grove — W. C. Meadows, Poor's Knob. 
Wilkesboro — R. A. Spainhour, P. B. Hendren. 

BUNCOMBE. 

Cane Creek — A. I. Justice, Pair View. 

Asheville, First — Wm. Lunsford, J. H. Tucker, W. C. MeConnell. 

West End, Asheville — A. E. Brown. 

CALDWELL. 

Lenoir— G. H. Church, J. V. McCall, W. M. Moore. 

CAPE FEAR — COLUMBUS. 

Lennon's X Roads — A. H. Porter, Whiteville. 
Siveet Home — I. M. D. Todd, Marley. 
Whiteville— J. G. Blalock. 



10 LIST OF MESSENGERS. 

CAROLINA. 

Hendei'sonville — J. B. Boone. 

CENTRAL. 

Franklinton — T. B. Justice. 

Mt. Vernon — G. W. Holliday and W. G. Allen, Neuse. 

Raleigh, First — ^W. C. Tyree, W. N. Jones, Livingston Johnson, J. W. 
Bailey, R. T. Vann, John E. Ray, J. Y. Joyner, Walters Durham, Carey 
J. Hunter, Hight C. Moore. 

Rolesville — J. R. Broughton, Riley. 

Wake Forest— J. W. Lynch, W. L. Poteat, W. R. Cullom, J. B. Car- 
lyle, C. E. Brewer, J. L. Lake, D. Eatman. 

West Raleigh — R. S. Stephenson and Josiah Jones, Raleigh. 

CEDAR CREEK. 

Cape Fear — A. E. C. Pittiuan, Renuert; R. L. Byrd, Tolarsville; J. P. 
Thames, Sherwood. 

Cedar Creek — W. K. Johnson. 
Manchester — R. P. Howard. 
Rock Fish — J. W. Watson, Hope Mills. 
Rosier — M. J. Barker, St. Paul's. 

CHOWAN. 

Edenton — H. H. Marshburn, J. W. Creecy, 
Elisabeth City, First — J. F. Vines. 
Hertford^-1. S. Crutchfield. 
Saioyer's Creek — Koel J. Allen, Elizabeth City. 

EASTERN. 

Clinton — J. M. Page. 

Delxcaij—T. L. Brown, C. M. Beach, W. J. Fryar. 

Magnolia — C. M. Rock. 

Mt. Olivet— B.. C. Kendrick, Jr. 

FLAT RIVER. 

Bethel — J. L. Barrett, Reidsville. 

Enon — R. M. Currin, A. F. Smith, J. M. Phipps, Oxford. 

Hester's— E. H. Pruett, Oxford. 

Island Creek — W. J. Sneed, Williamsboro. 

Oxford — A. B. Dunaway, F. P. Hobgood. 

Roxboro — G. T. Watkins, A. R. Foushee. 

Stovall—Jl. B. Jordan; W. H. Cutts, Oxford, 5. 

FRENCH BROAD. 

Mars Hill—B.. L. Moore. 

GREEN EIVER. 

Marion — W. B. Morton. 
Rutherfordton — C. B. Justice. 



LIST OF MESSENGEBS. H 

HAYWOOD. 
Pleasant Hill—SN. H. Woodall, Clyde. 
Waynesville — E. A, Sentelle, J. D. Boone. 

JOHNSTON. 

Benson — D. F. Putnam, Alonzo Parrish. 

Clayton — C. W. Blanchard, Rom. H. Gower, C. W. Carter, C. L. 
Barnes. 

Corinth — J. A. Estridge, Archer, 1. 
Smithfield — D. P. Bridges. 

king's mountain. 
Beaver Dam — C. C. Hamriek, Shelby, 4. 

Boiling Springs— J. V. Devenny and J. W. Ward, Shelby, 3. 
Cherryville — C. W. Payseur. 
Double Springs — D. G. Washburn, Shelby, 4. 
Fallston — P. T. Carpenter. 
^ew nethel — Carme Elam, Lawndale. 
Pleasant Grove — Sylvanus Gardner, Shelby, 6. 
Shelby— M. E. Parrish. 
Waco — T. Dixon. 

Zion — A. C. Quinn and J. M. Wilson, Shelby, 5. 
Zoar— S. B. Turner, Earl. 

LIBERTY. 

Abbott's Creek — Noah R. Teague, Kernersville, 1; C. H. Teague, Wall- 
burg. 

Denton — Jeff. Lanning, W. B. Thompson. 

Jersey — G. W. Palmer, Linwood. 

Lexington.— J. T. Riddick, Henry Sheets, James Smith, S. D. Swaim. 

Liberty — Samuel H. Kinley, Thomasville, 3. 

Orphanage— M. L. Kesler, J. D. Newton. 

Rich Fork— Thos. H. Small and Mills Newton, Thomasville. 

Thomasville— Geo. P. Harrill Archibald Johnson, H. Morton, J. T. 
Vallentine. 

Wallburg—-p. S. Vann, R. L. Wall. 

LITTLE KIVER. 

Apex, Central — J. M. Holleman. 

Buie's Creek — J. A. Campbell. 

Z)Mnn— Jas. A. Taylor, T. Sloan, Guy E. Lee. 

Piney Grove— C. H. Norris, Holly Springs; E. H. Ballentine, Walthall. 

MECKLENBURG-CABARRUS. 

Charlotte, First — W. C. Dowd. 

Charlotte, Ninth Avenue— Jj. R. Pruett, S. F. Conrad. 
Charlotte, Pritchard Memorial— 'E. E. Bomar, J. Q. Adams, W. P. 
Dowd, V. O. Willis. 

Concord, First— B.. H. Herring. 



il-2 LIST OF MESSENGERS. 

MONTGOMERY. 

Blackwood's Chapel — J. A. Covington, Ellerbe. 
Star — H. M. Ingram. 
Troy — K. C. Horner. 

MT ziox. 

Burlington — C. A. Upclmrch, J. Cicero Durham, J. W. Cates, G. D. 
Smith. 

Cane Creek— J. F. McDiiffle, Hillsboro Xo. 3. 

Cedar Fork — W. E. Lowe. 

Chapel Hill — J. W. Wildman, Thomas Hume, John C. Hocutt, Fred. 
C. Smith. 

Durham, First — C. J. Thompson, J. J. Lansdell, H. H. Rogers, Chas. 
L. Haywood, Chas. B. Markham, L. G. Cole. 

Durham, Second — W.C. Barrett, L. P. Wilson, A. C. Melvin. 

East Durham — J. W. Downey, W. O. Stone. 

Graham— S. W. Oldham. 

Mehane — Duncan McLeod. 

Merry Oaks — C. E. Gower, Clayton. 

Olive Branch — Geo. C. Stallings, Durham Xo. 6: Kemp Xichols, Gor- 
man No. 1. 

Olive's Chapel — ^W. S. Olive, A. T. Olive and Harvey Riggan, Apex. 

West Durham — 0. W. Triplett, W. E. Dunnegan. 

NEUSE. 

Fort Baryiicell — J. B. Newton. 

Goldshoro, First— W. F. Fry, Louis X"". Grant. 

Kinston^C. G. Wells, B. W. Spilman, L. G. Brogden, Jas. M. Parrott. 

La Grange — T. H. King. 

Seven Springs — W. P. Campbell. 

PEE DEE. 
Hamlet — Edwin R. Harris. 
Laurinburg — W. H. Whitehead. 
Mill Vernon — J. W. Cole, Rockingham. 
Morven — D. A. Liles. 
Roberdel — Thos. J. Hudson. 
Rockingham — .Josiah Crudup, H. C. Dockery. 
Wadesioro — Clarence D. Graves, T. B. Henry, A. B. Caudle. 

PIEDMOXT. 

Calvary — D. M. Moore, Reidsville. 

Greensboro. Asheboro St. — A. C. Hamby, E. J. Jervis. 

Greensboro, First— H. W. Battle, W. H. Ellrr. Lee H. Battle, C. E. 
Helton, W. W. Rowe, A. W. Cooke, C. W. Jennings, 0. J. Howard. 

Greensboro, Forest Ave. — Chas. E. Maddry, J. S. ^Moore. H. E. Peele, 
J. E. Jones. 



LIST OF MESSENGEKS. 13 

High Point, First — 0. L. Powers, A. J. Dodamead, R. C. Charles, F. M. 
Pickett. 

High Point, Green Street — Thomas Carrick, J. B. Richardson, A. E. 
Prince. 

Moore's Chapel — R. W. Jordan, Franl'^linsville. 

Proximity — W. H. Strickland. 

Ramseur — ^A. B. Covington. 

Randleman — H. G. Collins. 

Reidsville — W. R. Bradshaw, F. H. Jones. 

Ruffln^J. W. Roberts. 

Sandy Creek — J. M. Williams, Liberty. 

Bummerfield — J. M. Benton. 

PILOT MOUNTAIN. 

Clemmonsville — J. C. VVomack, Clemmons. 

Leaksville — G. C. Duncan, J. A. Beam, D. F. King, P. F. Osborne. 
Mt. Airy — J. E. Smith, C. C. Haymoore, E. H. Wrenn. 
Shiloh—S. W. Hall, Pinnacle. 
South Side — ^A. L. Betts, Winston-Salem. 
Spray — J. E. M. Davenport. 

Waughtoicn — W. R. Rominger, Winston-Salem; W. H. Hinsdale, East 
Bend. 

Westfield — J. Thomas Smith. 

Winston-Salem, Broad St. — B. K. Mason, A. T. Hanes. 

Winston-Salem, First — H. A. Brown, S. J. Montague, W. J. Conrad. 

RALEIGH. 

Cary—J. C. Walker. 

Holly Springs — H. W. ^l orris. 

Knight's Chapel — J. M. Hilliard, Raleigh No. 5; A. A. Jernigan and 
Steven Johnson, Raleigh No. 7. 

Leesville — W. R. Beach, Raleigh No. 6. 

Morrisville — ^A. D. Hunter, Cary. 

Raleigh, Fayetteville St. — Elbert Y. Pool, John T. Pullen. 

Raleigh, Tabernacle — J. C. Massee, X. B. Broughton, J. M. Brough- 
ton, J. S. Hagwood. 

ROBESON. 

Beulah—R. M. Phillips and T. J. Phillips, Norihent. 
Lumber Bridge — J. W. Cobb, D. B. Lancaster. 
Lumberton — Chas. H. Durham. 
Pleasant Hope — J. M. Fleming, Lumberton. 
Raeford — W. T. Covington. 

Red Springs — R. A. Moore; I. E. McDavid, Maxton. 
Rowland — O. P. Meeks, Fayetteville. 

Saddletree — M. S. Himiphrey, Rennert; J. L. Humphrey and Dennis 
Purnell, Lumberton. 

Spring Hill — R. A. Hedgepeth, Barnesville. 



14 " LIST OF MESSENGEKS. 

SAIVDY CBEEK. 

Bear Creek — James Cheek, J. R. Coggin; J. M. Stinson, Goldston. 

Bethlehem — W. H. H. Lawhon, Carthage, 1. 

Carthage — Geo. J. Dowell. 

Cool Springs — C. D. Grose, Sanford. 

Fall Creek— R. T. Smith, Bear Creek, 1. 

Jonesboro — Vander Liles, J. W. Little, Sanford. 

Love's Creek — H. A. Teague and John S. Teague, Siler City, 1. 

Mineral Springs — 0. B. Stroud, Ore Hill. 

Mount Olive — N. H. Shepherd, Lindhurst. 

Mount Vernon Springs — E,. E. Moore, Ore Hill. 

Rocky River — E. Lee Fox, Rocky Mount, 3. 

Sanford — J. M. Haymore. 

Siler City — D. R. Sears. 

SANDY RUN. 

Forest City—B.. D. Harrill. 
Henrietta — J. M. Hamrick. 

SOUTH FORK. 

Dallas — J. L. Vipperman. 

Gastonia — W. H. Reddish, H. B. Moore, W. H. Penny. 

Hickory— W. R. Gwaltney, J. D. Elliott, J. F. Click. 

Lincolnton — Baylus Cade. 

Machpelah — W. A. Graham. 

Maiden — 0. L. Stringfield. 

Olivet — J. P. Ervin. 

SOUTH RI^'ER. 

Fayetteville, First — J. J. Hall, John A. Gates, W. A. Humphrey, 
W. H. Powell, E. J. Humphrey. 

Salemburg — S. A. Howard. R. M. Squires, H. B. Howard. 

SOUTH YADKIN. 

Bethel— C. L. Clark, Eufola. 
Chestnut Hill — J. N. Stallings, Salisbury. 

China Orove — John A. Summey, J. E. Kirk, Jacob L. Kirk, M. M. 
Kirk. 

Cleveland^A. T. Hord, E. F. Eaton. 

Cooleemee — J. J. Adams W. H. Blalock. 

Batons — J. B. Cain, Cana. 

Faith — W. R. Davis. 

Farmington — M. J. Hendricks, Cana, 2. 

Fork — E. L. Weston, A. M. Garwood, Mocksville, 3. 

Jerusalem — P. O. Tatum, South River. 

Mocksville — C. S. Cashwell, J. P. Green. 

New Hope — S. O. Lazenby. 

Rockwell — J. M. Proctor, Salisbury, 6. 



LIST OF MESSENGERS. 15 

Salisbury — R. E. Neighbor, Chas. B. Jordan. 
Society — V. M. Swain, Cool Spring. 
Spencer — J. JNI. Dunnaway. 
Statesville, First — W. A. Thomas. 

STANLY. 

Albemarle, First — B. W. N. Simms, M. T. Hatcher, W. A. Callaway, 
L. A. Moody. 

Big Lick — C. J. Black. 

Ebenezer — John T. Callaway, Albemarle, 2. 

Palmerville — John E. Miller. 

Union Grove — E. M. Brooks, Albemarle. 

SUKBY. 

Dobson — Guy Carter. 
Elkin — J. W. Bowles. 
Rocky Ford — D. F. Thompson, Kapp's Mill. 

TAB RI^^EK. 

Enfield — C. G. Lowe. 

Henderson — J, D. Larkins, Thomas M. Pittman. 

North Rocky Mount — G. L. Merrill and F. C. Ferguson, Rocky 
Mount. 

Plymouth — J. W. Nobles. 

Red Oak—G. W. May, Rocky Mount. 

Roanoke Rapids — J. K. Henderson. 

Rocky Mount — Braxton Craig, T. M. Arrington, W. A. Bullock, E. 
W. Shearin. 

Scotland Neck — G. T. Lumpkin, R. M. Johnson, R. E. Hancock. 

Sulphur Springs — O. R. Mangum, Wake Forest. 

Tarboro—C. V. Brooks, T. L. Vernon. 

Warrenton — T. J. Taylor. 

Washington — I. M. Mercer. 

Weldon—K. A. Willis. 

Williamston — R. D. Carroll. 

Wilson — Sidney A. Edgerton. 

THREE FORKS. 

Three Forks — J. C. Horton, Boone. 

TRANSYLVANIA. 

Brevard — P. G. Elsom. 

tTNION. 

Herman — 0. M. Sanders, Wingate. 

WEST CHOWAN. 
Ahoskie — L. M. Curtis. 
Aulander — ^A. W. Early. 



1'6 LIST OF MESSENGERS. 

Cashie — R. L. Gay, Windsor. 
Chowan — M. A. Adams, Winton. 
Hebron — E. C. Parker, Woodland. 
Mui-freesboro — John C. Scarborough, R. B. Boyette. 
Repuhlican — T. T. Speight, Windsor. 

Woodlandr—E. J. Harrell, N. W. Britton, J. P. Griffin, Hugh C. 
Griffin. 

WILMINGTON. 

Burgaw — J. M. Bennett 
Moore's Creek — E. Larkins, Atkinson. 
Wilmington, Brooklyn — J. A. McKaughan. 

Wilmington, First — Fred D. Hale, J. C. Stevenson, B. F. Keith, W. 
P. Oldham; Chas. H. Utley, Burgaw. 
W'ilmington, Southside — G. A. Martin. 

YADKIN. 

Boonville — J. J. Beach, A. S. Speer, Geo. F, Hoge. 

Enon — J. H. Sailor, Mana. 

Huntsville — M. Baldwin. 

Oak Grove — W. V. Brown, Cycle. 

SUMMARY. 

Associations represented 45 

Churches represented 144 

Messengers enrolled 405 



PROCEEDINGS 

OF THE 



North Carolina Baptist State Convention, 



SEVENTY-SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION. 



Gkeexsboro^ ]^r. C, Dec. 5, 1906. 

The Baptist State Convention of JSTorth Carolina met ac- 
cording to appointment at 3 p. m. in tlie meeting-house of 
the First Baptist Church. 

W. X. Jones, President of the previous Convention, called 
the body to order. Devotional exercises were conducted by 
J. AY. Lj'ueli, -who read the twelfth chapter of Romans, and 
led in prayer. 

The President appointed J. S. Farmer, M. A. Adams, 
E. D. Carroll, T. H. King, and J. W. Wildman as Com- 
mittee on Enrollment. 

At this point the following visitors were recogTiized and 
welcomed : J. M. Frost, Corresponding Secretary of the 
Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention; 
J. IsT. Prestridge, editor Baptist Argus, Louisville; T. B. 
Ray, Educational Secretary of the Foreign Mission Board, 
of Richmond ; L. E. Peters, of West Virginia, representing 
the American Baptist Publication Society ; J. A. James, 
President of Greenville Female College; J. F. Love, Assist- 
ant Corresponding Secretary of the Home Mission Board, 
of Atlanta ; W. D. Upshaw, editor of the Golden Age, of 
Atlanta ; E. F. Tatimi and W. E. Crocker, missionaries of 
our Foreign Board in China. 

J. S. Farmer, for the Committee on Enrollment, reported 
180 messengers present at this hour. 

2 



18 MINUTES OF THE 

The election of officers being in order, Braxton Craig 
placed in nomination for President the present incumbent, 
W. X. Jones. On motion, the article requiring election by 
ballot was suspended and the Secretary instructed to cast 
the ballot of the body for W. X. Jones for President, who 
on assuming the chair addressed the body on a review of 
the Convention's achievements and possibilities. 

For first Vice-President, J. W. Bailey placed in nomi- 
nation Lee H. Battle, v.dio, under suspension of the rules 
requiring direct ballot, was elected, the Secretary casting 
the ballot for the body. 

Similarly, P. P. Hobgood, on nomination of T. H. King, 
was elected second Vice-President. 

Several brethren having been nominated for third Vice- 
President, a committee was appointed to take the vote of 
the Convention by ballot, this committee reporting later the 
election of William Lunsford. 

X. B. Broughton having been nominated for Secretary and 
Hight C. ]\roore for Assistant Secretary, the vote of the 
body for them was, on motion, cast by H. W, Battle. 

For Treasurer the Secretary was instructed to cast the vote 
for Walters Durham. 

The Constitution not requiring it, the office of Assistant 
Treasurer was ordered discontinued. 

F. H. Briggs was re-elected Auditor, the Assistant Secre- 
tary casting the ballot of the Convention. 

On motion of J. W. Bailey, the Convention by rising vote 
re-elected Livingston Johnson as Corresponding Secretary. 

Tlie Trustees of last year were re-elected as follows : W. 
C. Tyree, G. C. Briggs, X. Biggs, C. B. Aycock, D. L. 
Gore. 

Livingston Johnson, for the committee appointed last year 
to prepare progi'am for this session, offered the following, 
which wa<v adopted : 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 19 

THURSDAY. 
9 : 00 — Devotional Exercises. 

9:30 — Report of Board of Missions and Sunday Schools. 
10:00— Seminarj-. 
1 1 : 00— Orphanage. 
12:00 — New Pastors Introduced. 
1:00 — Adjourn. 

AFTERNOON. 

3:00— Sunday School Board. 

3 : 45 — Report on Sunday Schools. 

EVENING. 

7 : 30 — Woman's Work. 
8 : 30 — Foreign Missions. 

FRIDAY. 

9 : 00 — Devotional Exercises. 

9 : 30 — Miscellaneous Business. 
10:00 — State Missions. 
11:30 — Trustees Baptist University for Women. 

AFTERNOON. 

3:00— Special Order. 

EVENING. 

7 : 30 — Ministerial Education. 
8:00— Wake Forest College. 

SATURDAY. 

9 : 00 — Devotional Exercises. 

9 : 30 — Miscellaneous Business. 
10:00 — Periodicals. 
10:30 — Home Missions. 
12:00— Ministerial Relief. 

AFTERNOON. 

3:00— Memorial Tributes. 

After announcements, the Convention adjourned with 
benediction bv J. M. Frost. 



FIRST DAY — Evening Session. 

The Convention met at 7 :30 p. m., President Jones in 
the chair. After opening services the President appointed 
the following' committees: 



20 mi:nutes of the 

To 'Nominate Board of Missions and Sunday Schools — Braxton 
Craig, K. C. Horner, W. A. Callaway, J. M. Hilliard, M. J. Hendrix, 
O. Joe Howard, R. A. Sentelle. 

To Nominate Board of Education — A. D. Hunter, D. McLeod, W. 
P. Campbell, A. C. Payne, J. W. Downey, James Smith, T. S. Crutch- 
field. 

To Nominate Aged Ministers' Relief Board — W. H. Reddish, G. L. 
Merrell, J. M. Broughton, J. K. Henderson, R. H. Herring, A. C. 
Hamby, S. D. Swaim. 

To Arrange Order of Business for Next Session — J. C. Massee, Living- 
ston Johnson, F. D. Hale, :\I. L. Kesler, W. L. Poteat, R. T. Vann, 
T. M. Arrington. 

Home Missions — A. E. Brown, B. W. N. Simms, L. R. Pruett, C. W. 
Blanchard, W. F. Fry, J. J. Lansdell, L. M. Curtis. 

Foreign Missions — T. M. Pittman, A. B. Dunaway, R. E. jSTeighbor, 
O. L. Powers, V. il. Swaim, J. F. Vines, R. R. Moore. 

State Missions — Baylus Cade, W. R. Bradshaw, W. A. Ayers, H. H. 
Mashburn, A. I. Justice, M. E. Parrish, C. G. Wells. 

Sunday Schools — William Lunsford, George P. Harrill, C. A. Up- 
ehurch, J. B. Carlyle, D. P. Bridges, C. G. Lowe, J. B. Boone. 

Periodicals^W . C. Barrett, J. H. Tucker, J. V. Devenny, D. F. 
Putnam, J. J. Hall, J. E. M. Davenport, M. T. Hatcher. 

Temperance — H. A. Brown, John A. Gates, J. W. Bailey, Archibald 
Johnson, J. W. Wildman, Henry Sheets, C. W. Mitchell. 

General Education— R. W. Battle, J. J. Beach, F. P. Hobgood, M. 
A. Adams, R. L. iloore, P. S. Vann, W. H. H. Lawhon. 

On OHtuaries — J. C. Scarborough, J. B. Richardson, J. N. Stallings, 
Thos. Dixon, Sr., W. R. Cullom, H. A. Brown, W. H. Eller. 

Baptist Schools— W. L. Poteat, R. T. Vann, R. L. Moore, A. E. 
Brown, J. A. Campbell, W. X. Jones, J. C. Scarborough, F. P. Hob- 
good, L. Johnson, C. J. Hunter, B. Cade, J. W. Bailey, J. M. Stoner, 
W. R. Bradshaw, F. D. Hale. 

Woman's Work—C. J. Thompson, W. C. Tyree. T. L. Vernon, J. M. 
Hamrick, J. J. Adams, W. B. Morton, J. M. Dunnaway. 

Ministerial Ed/ucation — O. L. Stringfield, R. H. Gower, P. G. Elsom, 
A. W. Cooke, D. W. Thomason, W. H. Rogers, C. S. Cashwell, J. W. 
Lynch. 

Orphanage— G. T. Lumpkin. A. L. Betts, H. D. Harrill, J. A. Sum- 
mey, C. W. Payseur, J. A. Beam, J. ]\I. Stoner. 

Place and Preachers for Next Session of Convention — W. R. Gwalt- 
ney. S. F. Conrad, J. D. Boone. D. F. King. W. A. Bullock, A. J. 
Dodamead, J. F. McDuffie. 

Finance— C. E. Holton, W. E. Harrison. W. L. Kivett. 

Religions Exercises — Pastors of Baptist churclies in Greensboro and 
delegates of First Baptist church. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 21 

The f olloAving were also appointed as ' Standing Commit- 
tees to report next session: 

Home Missions — Charles E. Maddry. 
Foreign Missions — E. E. Bomar. 
State Missions — C. H. Durham. 
Sunday ScJiools — C. W. Scarborough. 
General Education — J. A. Campbell. 

After the reading- of Scripture and prayer, with J. X. 
Prestridgc leading, the Convention Sermon was, according 
to appointment, preached by Fred D. Hale. Theme: ''The 
Business of a Church of Jesus Christ." Texts: Acts 19:4; 
Matt. 3:5,6; John 1 :29-31 ; John 4 :1, 2 ; John 3 :26 ; Matt. 
21:24, 25; Matt. 28:18-20; Acts 2:22, 24, 37-41; Acts 
8:12. 

After a song, the address of welcome was delivered by 
F. P. Hobgood, Jr., on l^ehalf of the First Baptist Church 
and the people of Greensboro. Response was made on the 
part of the Convention by J. H. Tucker. 

An invitation to visit individually or collectively the 
•State ISTormal was extended the body through H. W. Battle. 

The Convention then adjourned. 



SECOXD DAY— Morning Session. 

Geeensboro, K C, Dec. 6, 1906. 

Devotional exercises we^e conducted at 9 o'clock by J. 
E. Smith. 

The proceedings of yesterday were read and approved. 

The report of the Board of Missions and Sunday Schools, 
submitted by Corresponding Secretary Livingston Johnson, 
was received and adopted as follows: 



22 MINUTES OF THE 

REPORT OF 
BOARD OF MISSIONS AND SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 

With glad and grateful hearts we submit this, our annual report, to 
the seventy-sixth session of the Baptist State Convention. 

It is eminently appropriate that the Convention should meet this 
year in this city. In no other place in the State has our cause made 
such progress this year, as it has made in Greensboro, and with this 
progress the Convention, through its Board of Missions, has had no little 
to do. Three houses of worship have been built since the beginning of 
the year, whose aggregate value reaches fifty-five or sixty thousand 
dollars. Two of these new buildings, Forest Avenue and Walnut Street, 
have been erected on mission fields, while Ashboro Street Church, an- 
other Mission point, has secured a most desirable lot and will soon rear 
upon it a worthy structure. Two resident pastors have been added to 
our ministerial force. Eighteen years ago Greensboro entertained the 
Convention for the first time. Washington Street Church, the only 
church in the city then, was at that time aided by the Board. Eleven 
years ago the Convention was again held in Greensboro. The First 
Church had grown to be self-sustaining, but was still the only church in 
the city. To-day there are four Baptist churches in Greensboro, with 
four resident Baptist pastors. If there be one in attendance upon this 
Convention who doubts the wisdom of expending money in State Mis- 
sion work, we advise such an one to look around him and see what has 
been accomplished in Greensboro this year through the Missionaries 
of our Board. In many other places a similar work has been done, but 
the progress has, perhaps, not been so marked as here. 

STATE MISSIONS. 

Never before has the Board been able to submit such an inspiring 
report of work done on the Mission fields as it is its pleasure and 
privilege to present to the Convention at its present session. 

Six years ago there were nine county-seats in no one of which was 
there a Baptist church or a Baptist preacher. Within the last six years 
five of these county-seats have been occupied, and in four of them, viz., 
Tyrrell, Dare, Jones and Bladen, nice houses of worship have been built. 
In Ashboro, the county-seat of Randolph County, the Baptists have 
secured a lot and will, no doubt, erect upon it a house of worship before 
the next meeting of the Convention. The Board is making appropria- 
tions to Mission churches in forty-eight county-seats in the State. It 
is hard to tell how much this means to the future of our denomination. 
These towns are centers from which influences radiate in all directions. 

We have had 153 Missionaries at work in forty-two Asssociations. 
In this number are included Associational Missionaries who reported 
their work to the Board. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 23 

A careful study of the following figures will show that gratifying and 
substantial progress has been made: 

Number of sermons preached 10 022 

Churches supplied 350 

Out-stations supplied 124 

Religious visits 14 552 

Conversions reported 2 876 

Baptisms 2 114 

Added by letter 1 414 

Protracted meetings held 332 

Church houses building 66 

Church houses finished 21 

Churches organized 25 

Bibles and Testaments distributed 781 

Tracts distributed 13 gyg 

Funds Raised by Missionaries. 

Paid on salary $17,124.09 

Paid on churches 26 487 60 

Paid on parsonages . . . I39 12 

State Missions 2 028 92 

Associational Missions 985 49 

Foreign Missions 1 539 99 

Home Missions j 999 92 

Education '266'30 

Orphanage 1,720. 12 

Sunday School Missions I73 95 

Ministerial Relief 190 05 

Other objects 1,130.00 

'^otal 52,924 . 75 

Sunday Schools on Mission Fields. 
Number of schools 399 

p"p"^ y^y^^'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 17,680 

Officers and teachers j ^gQ 

Conversions 'qn^. 

Church members in Sunday schools 4 845 

Sunday schools organized '34 

Contributed to expenses *2 033 98 

State Missions 88 7^ 

Other objects 285^24 

A comparison of these figures with those of last year will show that 
there have been six hundred and fifty-four more baptisms and five hun- 
dred and two more conversions reported this year than last There 
were nine hundred and fourteen more conversions than baptisms last 



24 MI^fUTES OF THE 

year, while this year the number of conversions exceeds the baptisms 
by only seven hundred and sixty-two. This shows that a larger pro- 
portion of those who are converted on Mission fields are joining Baptist 
chur'^hes. 

The financial report from the Mission fields is very gratifying when 
compared with last year's figures. The total contribution last year was 
$39,640.41, while this year the Mission fields have contributed for all 
objects $52,924.75, an increase of $13,284.34. The increase has been 
largest to pastors" salaries and church building. We are in the midst 
of a church building era. More houses of worship and better ones are 
being erected on our Mission fields than ever before. There are now in 
course of construction sixty-six houses of worship and twenty-one were 
completed this year. Of those completed, two are in Greensboro, and 
one each in Bayboro, Sharpsburg, Goldsboro, South Rocky Mount, Ab- 
bottsburg, Ealeigh, Hamlet, Concord, Pineville and Blowing Eock. On 
country fields houses have been finished in the following Associations: 
Chowan, Tar River, Piedmont, Montgomery, Liberty, Surry, Ashe, and 
Stanly. The aggregate value of these churches reaches $35,000.00. Pas- 
tors are receiving better support in most places. Better houses of wor- 
ship and more liberal support of pastors indicate a more substantial 
development on our Mission fields. But the advance has not been alto- 
gether to local objects by any means. While to pastor's salary and 
church building the increase has been 48 per cent, the advance to the 
objects of the Convention has been 40 per cent. 

FiXAXCIAL. 

Last year $30,002.20 was contributed for State Missions, while this 
year $29,492.71 is the amount that has come into the hands of the 
Treasurer. In last year's report was included $5,000.00 which the 
Home Board appropriated to the Mountain Schools. That amount is 
not included in this year's reiDort. While, therefore, the amount raised 
this year seems to be $509.49 less than last year, it is really $4,492.71 
more, all of which has been expended in State Mission work. The 
Home Board still makes its annual appropriations to the ^Mountain 
Schools, but it is no longer counted as State Mission funds. The Home 
Board appropriated this year $4,000 to eight schools in Western North 
Carolina, and $400.00 to the support of a Bible Training School. Most 
of these Mountain Schools are in a very prosperous condition, and are 
making their influence felt on our denomination in the great West. We 
truly believe that in ten years, if these schools can be kept up to their 
present efficiency, they will largely change the condition of Baptist af- 
fairs in Western North Carolina. We most heartily commend the Home 
Board in its work for the Mountain Schools, and assure them that the 
money they are appropriating to Western North Carolina is well spent. 

Of the total amount raised, $7,594.67 was for Associational Missions. 
This is in fact State Missions under another name. Some Associations 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 25 

send all the money they collect for State Missions direct to the Treasurer 
of the Convention^ and if there are Missionaries in such Associations, 
they are paid their salaries by the Corresponding Secretary. In other 
Associations the Board does a co-operative work. For example, the 
Board appropriates a certain amount to an Association, and the Asso- 
ciation raises a certain amount for the support of Missionaries within 
its bounds. This latter fund is called "Associational Missions" and is 
paid direct to the Missionaries by the Associational executive committee, 
receipts for same being sent to the Treasurer of the Convention and 
acknowledged by him under the head of "Associational Missions." 

In Associations where co-operative work is done, the Board appoints 
the Missionaries and requires them to make quarterly reports to the 
Corresponding Secretary. 

There are other Associations which raise all the money that is ex- 
pended within their own bounds. The executive committees in these 
Associations appoint their own Missionaries, but require them to report 
to the State Board. 

The Board has been instrumental in causing many of the Association? 
to increase their contributions to Associational Missions, by apjjropria- 
ting certain amounts on condition that the Association raise a certain 
amount. Some of the Associations thus aided by the Board have their 
destitution supplied and are now giving all they raise to State Missions 
to supply the destitution in other sections. Other Associations, with 
which the Board has done co-operative work, are rapidly bringing their 
Mission fields off the Board, and will soon be giving their contributions 
to State Missions. 



WOMAN'S WORK. 

For twenty years the Woman's Auxiliary Union held its annual meet- 
ings at the same time and place at which the Convention held its 
sessions. For a year or two the women had discussed the advisability 
of meeting at a different time and place. At their meeting which was 
held in Raleigh last December, the sisters decided to hold their next 
annual meeting with the Missionary Society of the First Church, Dur- 
ham. Two causes chiefly led to this division: 

First, because of the increasing number of delegates that attended 
both meetings, the matter of entertainment was becoming a burden too 
heavy to be borne by any community; and, second, it was sometimes 
difficult to hold the delegates through all the sessions of the Woman's 
Meeting. The Convention was regarded by some as the principal 
attraction, while the Woman's Meeting was looked upon as a side issue. 
It was thought by those who advocated the division that it would give 
more weight and dignity to the Woman's Meeting if held at a separate 
time and place, and that those who attended would come with a more 
earnest purpose. The success of the first meeting demonstrated the 



26 MINUTES OF THE 

wisdom of the change. The day sessions were held by the women, while 
at each evening session a mass meeting was held in the interest of 
some one of our general boards. To this meeting men as well as women 
were invited. The pastor of the church presided, and an address was 
delivered by a representative of the board in whose special interest the 
meeting for that evening was held. 

We wish to express our profound appreciation of the great work 
being done by the women of our State for the advancement of the 
Kingdom of our Lord. 



REPORT OF THE WOIMaXS MISSIONARY UNION, AUXILIARY 
TO THE BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

The year December, 1905-December, 1906, has been an eventful one in 
the history of the Missionary Societies. 

After a 3-ear's notice and the fullest opportunity for discussion, the 
representatives of the Societies gathered in Raleigh last December pre- 
pared to decide whether or not they should from that time forward meet 
at a separate time and place from the Baptist State Convention. 

In view of the severe tax imposed upon any North Carolina city in 
entertaining the united bodies, the necessary limitation of society repre- 
sentatives, and more than either of these, the fact that holding the 
Woman's Missionary Meeting at the same time and place as the Conven- 
tion necessitated crowding it into three short business sessions, cutting 
short discussions and giving insufficient time for such prayerful and 
deliberate action as this great work demanded, the large body of repre- 
sentatives then assembled unanimously decided it was wise for the 
Societies in the future to hold their annual meeting at a separate time 
and place. 

In pursuance of the resolutions adopted in December, the first separate 
meeting was held in Durham, April 10, 11 and 12, 1906. 

The growth in representation, in the deliberative character of the 
sessions, the deepening of interest, and the increase in contributions left 
no room to question the wisdom of the new plan. 

As necessitated by the change in time of meeting and by the great 
growth of the work in its twenty years of history, a new constitution 
was adopted, the Societies now taking the name of The Woman's Mis- 
sionary Union Auxiliary to the Baptist State Convention of North 
Carolina. 

The new constitution (see another page) sets forth the close connection 
with the State Convention, the Southern Baptist Convention, and maps 
out the work on exactly the same lines as those so long pursued with 
such marked success. 

The report made at this time surpassed the expectations of the most 
sanguine advocates of Woman's Missionary Work, being $21,982.77 for 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 27 

the thirteen months from February, 1905, to March, 1906, against 
$17,158.49 for the twelve months from December, 1904-December, 1905; 
or, in other words, a gain of more than four thousand dollars in four 
months. The report is given in detail below. Encouraged by it, the 
Societies took as their aim for the year March, 190G-1907, giving 
$23,000 to Home, State, and Foreign Missions. 

In response to a cordial invitation. Hickory was chosen as the place 
of meeting for 1907. 

Some notes of progress and changes since the Durham meeting will 
not be without interest. 

In the two quarters which have elapsed the Societies have evinced a 
great and growing interest in every branch of mission work. In May 
the President of the North Carolina Union was again elected President 
of the Woman's Missionary Union Auxiliary to the Southern Baptist 
Convention, this Union embracing the woman's work of all the States 
co-operating with that body. This, while enlarging her work, in no way 
changed her relations to the North Carolina Societies. 

In Augustj greatly to the regret of all, Mrs. C. M. V. Follett, 
who for eighteen months had done a remarkable work as our State 
Organizer, severed her connection with us to become the Lady Principal 
of the Missionary Home and Training School in Louisville. 

The State Mission Board, seeing the great increase in the woman's 
work in our State, without action on the part of the Central Committee, 
allowed them a stenographer for her full time. 

The Societies on their part have this year begun an effort to meet 
their own expenses by a special contribution of ten cents a year per 
menjber for this purpose. In this connection it may be said that these 
expenses are entirely for printing, postage, stationery and stenographer, 
the officers receiving nothing for their services, and are remarkably small 
in view of the large returns to missions. 

The number of Young Ladies' Societies under the leadership of Miss 
Mary K. Applewhite, has steadily increased. 

A larger number of children than ever before are being trained in 
the Sunbeam Societies under the direction of Miss Elizabeth M. Briggs. 
As a whole, there are as far as we can yet see, no limits to the possi- 
bilities for good held out before this organization, and we confidently 
expect larger and better things. 



28 



MINUTES OF THE 



Report of Woman's Missioxary Uxiox of North Carolina for 

Thirteen Months from March 1, 1905, to March 31, 1906. 

To Foreign Missions $5,631 . 33 

To Christmas Offering 1,686 . 11 

To Owen School 126 . 52 

Total 7,443 . 96 

To Home Missions 2,550 . 57 

To Home Missions, Self-Denial 2,351 . 51 

To Home Missions, Tichenor Memorial 284. 17 

To Home Missions, boxes 5,781 . 91 

Total Home Missions 10,968 . 16 

To Foreign Missions 7,443 . 96 

To Home Missions 10,968 . 16 

To State Missions 3,230 . 30 

To Margaret Home 124 . 34 

To Louisville Training School 16 . 75 

To expenses General Organizer and Central Committee 199.26 

Total 21,982 . 77 

Of this amount the Sunbeam Societies contributed: 

To* Foreign Missions 599 . 14 

To Christmas Offering 157 . 21 

To Owen School 3 . 36 

Total Foreign Missions 759 .71 

To Home Missions 185 . 68 

To Home Missions, Self-Denial Offering 84. 15 

To Home Missions, Tichenor ^Memorial 43 . 36 

To Home Missions, boxes 103 . 93 

Total Home Missions 417 . 12 

To Foreign Missions 759 .71 

To Home Missions 417 . 12 

To State Missions 213 . 43 

To [Margaret Home 23 . 34 

To Expense Fund 1 . 40 

Total ,. 1,415.00 

Grand total 21,982.77 

Respectfully submitted, 

Fannie E. S. Heck, 

Mrs. Wesley X. Jones, Pics. W. M. U. of N. C. 
Sec. and Treas. W. M. U. of N. C. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 29 

REPORT OF SUNDAY SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

The work of the Sunday School Department during the past twelve 
months has been in the main as follows: 

Field Work. — During the year the Secretary has visited 120 churches, 
distributed among the Associations as follows: Six in Tar River; five 
each in Atlantic, Central, Chowan, and Raleigh; four each in Mecklen- 
burg-Cabarrus, and Neuse; three each in Buncombe, Caldwell, Carolina, 
Eastern, Flat River, Johnston, Mt. Zion, Pee Dee, Piedmont, Sandy 
Creek, Sandy Run, and Wilmington; two each in Cape Fear-Columbus, 
French Broad, Little River, Robeson, South River, Tennessee River, 
Union, West Chowan, and Western North Carolina; one each in the 
thirty-two other Associations (that in the Transylvania alone not being 
fully carried out). Included in the above is attendance at the annual 
meetings of twenty-two Associations: Chowan, Flat River, New Found, 
Buncombe, Tuckaseigee, Tennessee River, Haywood, Western North 
Carolina, Macon, French Broad, Kings Mountain, Alexander, Caldwell, 
Mt. Zion, Tar River, Cedar Creek, Neuse, South River, Little River, 
Johnston, Robeson, and Stanly. Thus the Secretary has visited one or 
more points in each of our sixty Associations, speaking 216 times; and 
this work has required an absence from home of 219 days. In this 
work the points of contact have been variously the school, the church, 
the Union Meeting, the Association, the Institute, the Training School, 
the Assembly; the method has been class work, teachers' meeting, open 
conference, talks to Sunday schools, Associational speeches, sermons; 
the larger specific task has been the reaching, enlistment and develop- 
ment of Sunday school workers in our ranks; and the crowning motive 
has been the glory of God through the growth of our Sunday schools in 
numbers, spirituality and efficiency. 

The Ajjril Institutes. — As announced a year ago, the Institutes con- 
ducted by Secretary Spilman with our State Secretary were held in 
April. The tour began on the 15th at Elizabeth City, extended across 
the northern half of the State, touching jjoints in every Association, to 
Jefferson in Ashe County bordering the Tennessee line, and thence east- 
ward to Beaufort and Morehead City by the seaside, closing there on the 
30th. The itinerary covered more than 1,200 miles, 125 or more being 
by private conveyance in order to reach churches in the country. During 
the fourteen days of actual work there were 39 services held in 26 
churches belonging to 19 different Associations. The audiences aggre- 
gated roundly 6,000, being an average of 150 at each service, day and 
night, in town, village and country. More than 500 officers and teachers 
were present from at least 125 Sunday schools. Of several practical 
results of the tour, perhaps the most far-reaching was the enrollment 
of 94 students of the Convention Normal Courses. 

The Sunday School Assembly. — The Convention's Committee on Mid- 
summer Meeting having late in the spring referred to the Sunday School 



30 MINUTES OF THE 

Committee the matter of a general denominational gathering during 
the summer, it was decided to undertake such a meeting in the interest 
of Sunday school work. The Baptist Sunday School Assembly was 
therefore decided upon, with Jackson Springs as the place of meeting 
and June 25th to July 1st as the time. The program was planned for 
fellowship, spirituality, instruction; each day was a unit with three 
periods of song, two of Bible study, one of brief discussions, a noon 
address, the afternoon for recreation, and a sermon at night. The 
exercises were of a high order and a distinct impetus was given our 
Sunday School work thereby. There were present three hundred or 
more Sunday school workers from points westward to Shelby and Ashe- 
ville, northward to Leaksville and Oxford, eastward to Murfreesboro, 
Morehead City and Wilmington, and southward to Dillon, Mullins, Tim- 
monsville and Greenville in South Carolina. It was a season of immedi- 
ate refreshing and inspiriting for a fine body of Christian workers, and 
an outlook through them upon increased efficiency and usefulness. The 
Assembly was considered by those present as worthy to become a regular 
feature of our denominational life. 

The Mars Hill Training School. — According to announcement last 
year, the Training School for Christian workers was held July 23d to 
August 3d at Mars Hill College in Madison County. Strict school work 
was done four hours a day for eight days. Six courses were given, as 
follows: (1) "The Sunday School," by Secretary B. W. Spilman; (2) 
"Bible Doctrines," by Dr. W. R. Cullom; (3) "The Books of the Bible," 
by Secretary Hight C. jNIoore; (4) "Preparation and Delivery of Ser- 
mons," by Dr. H. W. Battle; (5) "The Junior Bible Schobl," under the 
direction of Miss Lena Spain; (6) "Sunday School Management," by 
Secretary L. P. Leavell. At the evening Twilight Meetings in Locust 
Grove there was preaching by Dr. Wm. Lunsford, of Asheville, the people 
of the village and vicinity joining in the service. In the School 150 
students were registered from 38 churches in 18 Associations in North 
Carolina, 6 States in all being represented. At the close of the School, 
36 students received the Convention Normal Diploma, the largest class 
so far graduated anywhere. 

Tracts. — In response to a felt need the following tracts and leaflets 
have been published : 5,000 copies of a sixteen-page tract on "The Sunday 
School Work of North Carolina Baptists"; 3,000 copies of an eight-page 
tract on "Why Not the Bible by Heart?"; 5,000 leaflets containing "A 
Thousand Bible Verses for Memory"; and 1,500 leaflets on "Sunday 
School ilissions." The total of the tracts sent out aggregate more than 
12,000. In addition to these, 8,000 announcements of the Jackson Springs 
Assembly and of the Mars Hill Training ScJiool were sent out, the former 
covering eight pages and the latter four pages. This literature has been 
largely distributed by mail as well as at Institutes and other gath- 
erings. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 31 

Other Articles. — Our denominational press has been quite generous in 
the space devoted to Sunday School topics. The Biblical Recorder has 
maintained its department of Lesson Exposition by the editor and pub- 
lished an attractive series of special articles by our front-line workers. 
For the same paper our Secretary furnished as a side-light on the 
year's lessons "The Story of The Son of Man," vphich ran serially for 18 
weeks, and also various other articles from time to time. He has also 
written for the North Carolina Baptist, Charity and Children, The Mes- 
senger. The Church Messenger, Baptist Press, Central Baptist, Conven- 
tion Teacher, and other papers. His booklet on "The Country Sunday 
School" was published early in the year by the American Baptist Publi- 
cation Society. 

Statistics. — As was the case a year . ago, so now it is impossible to 
report complete figures from all the Associations. Yet progress has been 
made in the gathering of statistics and the total result in tabular form 
will be printed in the Minutes of the Convention. It shows a round gain 
over last year's report of 125 schools, of 10,000 scholars, of 1,000 bap- 
tisms, and of 100 schools that have become evergreen. For the exact 
figures reference is made to that table, and also to the paragraph on 
"Sunday Schools" in the "Statistical Summary" concluding the report 
of the Statistical Secretary. 

Our Superintendents. — The list of our Sunday School Superintendents 
with many additions and revisions has received attention during the 
year, and will be inserted in the forthcoming Convention Annual. 
Though still incomplete, it is much fuller than any heretofore prepared 
or published. Correspondence with superintendents and pastors has 
required the sending out of about 6,000 letters from the Secretary's office. 

The Bihle-hy-H carts. — The old-fashioned idea of memorizing Scripture 
has been! adapted and stressed. A tract was published setting forth 
needs, methods, and materials, and suggesting in Sunday Schools, com- 
munities and homes the organization of "The League of Bible-by-Hearts." 
There was quite a hearty response, the special list of "A Thousand Bible 
verses for Memory" being reqviested for about 4,000 pupils agreeing to 
do part or all of the work there outlined. It is believed that this move- 
ment, thus originated, is rendering a particular service among our 
people. 

Acknowledgment. — The generosity of our Nashville Sunday School 
Board is again gratefully acknowledged. Our field work has been 
greatly enriched by the services of Secretary B. W. Spilman, who in 
addition to his work in nine other States, has in North Carolina during 
the past year delivered 82 speeches at 55 meetings in 34 localities, dis- 
tributed through 24 Associations (20 counties). We are also indebted 
for the work of Secretary Leavell and Miss Spain in connection with 
the Training School; for the donation of several hundred tracts for dis- 
tribution; for the gift of several supplies of free literature for needy 



32 MINUTES OF THE 

Mission Schools; and for the contribution of $200.00 in cash for our 
State work. 

The Work in General. — It is easy to see that a Sunday School revival 
is in progress among our people. In more than 40 Associations general 
Sunday School meetings are held at least once a year, and in some there 
are Sunday School Missionaries who Avith little or no remuneration are 
laboring in this field to build up the Kingdom. In a few of our cities 
similar work is being done. As one of the significant movements, we 
note the Chautauqua at Charlotte, held November 17th and 18th, at the 
re-opening and dedication of the splendid new Sunday School auditorium 
of the First Baptist Church, which drew together a group of the fore- 
most workers in the country. And all along our lines there is observ- 
able a fine advance in equipment, in organization, in quality of work, 
and in results. 

Finances. — The outlay necessary to the support of the Department 
for the year, including Secretary's salary, stationery, printing and 
traveling expenses, has been $1,573.56. The work has thus been done 
on a most economical basis. The receipts direct for its support have 
been $1,036.92. This does not include the amounts raised to meet 
expenses of the Assembly at Jackson Springs ( $90.50 ) , or those at the. 
Mars Hill Training School ( $40.00 ) . These contributions have come 
from about 175 churches as against 135 reporting last year, and from 
44 Associations as against 25 last year. The area of substantial interest 
has therefore materially widened. But the much-hoped-for time has 
not yet arrived when the receipts cover the necessary disbursements. 
This is owing in part to the fact that the work of the Secretary during 
the year has been largely in districts where of necessity it must be in- 
structional and missionary rather than collcctional ; in part to the fact 
that in many cases Sunday School Missions is confused and combined 
with State Missions, with which it is so closely interlinked and upon 
which it has been so largely dependent; in part to the fact that despite 
letters, tracts, leaflets, speeches and newspaper articles outlining it, the 
scope of and necessity for the Department are not altogether clear to 
the brotherhood ; and in part to the fact that comparatively so little is 
needed in the aggregate for the work as at present carried on that no 
one feels any great weight of financial responsibility. 

Needs. — With the progress we have made, and are making, the need 
for yet larger work stands forth in clearer outline. We need to enlarge 
our supply of Sunday School tracts both by purchase and publication; 
to keep in yet closer touch with our pastors, superintendents, and 
other workers bj' a regular, well-directed correspondence : to reach with 
at least a brief course of Sunday School studies the students in our 
schools and colleges who are prospective officers and teachers ; to labor 
ir.ore vigorously with the 400 churches not reporting Sunday Schools ; to 
quicken the 600 schools that suspend during the winter; to extend the 
present field work by securing special supply workers or regular mis- 



BAPTIST STATE CONVES^TIOST. 33 

sionaries, or both; to make the poor school good and the good school 
better, thus inspiriting and building up at a vital point the forces that 
make for the advancement of the Kingdom. And in order to do this 
work and more, we need, we must have, increased funds; and these, it 
is earnestly hoped, will be forthcoming during the coming year. 

In brief and in general, we are grateful in the belief that during the 
past year our Sunday School work has grown "in favor with God and 
man" and with hope we look to the future with its content of larger and 
better work. Hight C. Moore, 

Secretary. 

FOREIGN MISSIONS. 

The Foreign Mission tide continues to rise. Our people are praying 
for and giving to Foreign Missions as, perhaps, they have never done 
before. Young men and women in our schools are hearing the call of 
God and are offering themselves to the Foreign Mission Board to be 
sent into the white harvest fields beyond the seas. Many of our larger 
churches are supporting a Foreign Missionary, and a few contribute an 
amount sufficient for the support of two Foreign Missionaries, while 
several of the smaller churches support each a native Missionary. Last 
year we raised for Foreign Missions, $23,601.99, while this year we 
have reached $29,041.23, an increase of $5,439.24. As a detailed ac- 
count of the work of the Foreign Mission Board is to be found in the 
report of the Board as published in the Minutes of the Southern Baptist 
Convention, we will not take space here to go into detail. 



HOME MISSIONS. 

We rejoice that we are able to make a better report for Home Mis- 
sions than we have ever made.. Last year we reported $9,214.59, which 
was an advance of but $103.83 over the preceding year. This year we 
have received for Home Missions $13,621.00, an increase of $4,406.41 over 
last year's figures. 

In the rapidly growing cities of the South into Avhich streams of 
foreigners are pouring, the Home Board has a most important field. We 
believe that the great work of the Home Board is in the cities of the 
South, and we should give to the Board liberal and loyal support. ( See 
Eeport of Home Mission Board in Minutes of Southern Baptist Con- 
vention. ) 

The total increase in contributions to all mission objects is $14,338.36. 



BAPTIST BOOK-STORE. 

The Baptist Book-Store is doing a safe business. With but little 
capital it will never be a money-making enterprise, but is quite a con- 
venience to our denomination. Mr. W. 0. Allen, the efiicient manager, 



34 MINUTES OF THE 

gives all business relating to the store prompt and painstaking attention. 
We hope our Sunday Schools will order their literature through the 
Store. 



EXPENSES. 

In the expense account are included salary and traveling expenses of 
the Corresponding Secretary, salaries of Treasurer and stenographer, 
office rent, printing and postage, stationery and typewriter supplies. In 
this account, though they can hardly be designated as part of the 
expense of administration, are salaries of Recording and Statistical 
Secretaries, printing and distribution of the Convention Minutes and 
Minutes of the Woman's fleeting, printing and furnishing to the Asso- 
ciations free of cost, Associational letter blanks. 

The clerical work has increased so greatly that one stenographer is not 
able to do the work for all departments. Three months ago the Execu- 
tive Committee employed a stenographer for the Woman's Department. 
This necessitated the purchase of a new typewriter and the fitting up 
of an office. 

Although the total expense has been increased, for the reasons above 
given, six and a half per cent covers every item of expense. That is, 
of every dollar contributed, ninety-three and a half cents go to Mis- 
sions, only six and a half cents being absorbed by expense. 

It should be said also that the Woman's ilissionary Societies are 
contributing regularly an amount designated as "expense fund." So 
far thej" have paid the salary of their stenographer, and it is expected 
that, in a short time, the entire expense of their department will be 
provided for by this fund. 



OUR NEEDS. 

Our first and greatest need is men. It is of the highest importance 
that we place strong, well-equipped men on many of our Mission fields. 
The difficulty is, in the main, in getting men to go to country fields with 
from two to four churches. The IMission points in the more important 
towns have but little trouble in securing pastors; but several important 
Mission fields in the country have been calling, in vain, for a year. We 
appeal to our young ministers, who want to make their lives count for 
most, to consider the claims of these important Mission fields. While 
we are praying to the "Lord of the Harvest"' to send forth laborers into 
the harvest in heathen lands, let us remember that there are fields 
"white unto harvest" right here in North Carolina for which laborers 
are sadly needed. 

Another great need is more money for ilission work in our OAvn State. 
The Board cannot hope to procure strong men unless it can pay salaries 
somewhat in keeping with the compensation paid by fields not aided by 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 35 

Board. Most of our well-equipped young men have contracted debts 
while at school, and have only their salaries to draw on for the payment 
of these debts. So long as our Mission fields offer such meagre salaries 
we may expect that our well-prepared young men will be attracted to 
other fields and other States. 

We need more money to enter new and inviting fields. There are 
many important places that the Board would be glad to occupy, if only 
sufficient means were placed at its disposal. Fifty thousand dollars 
could be judiciously expended in State Mission work, if we could secure 
a sufficient number of the right sort of men. Not knowing how many 
men of the right kind can be secured, we do not believe the Convention 
is in a position to say on what basis we should lay out the work for the 
coming year. 



RECOMMENDATIONS. 

We would respectfully recommend: 

First. That the Board be given discretion as to the amount to be 
expended next year, provided the total appropriations shall not exceed 
$40,000.00. 

Second. That the Board be instructed to employ two general mis- 
sionaries or evangelists, one for the Eastern and one for the Western 
section of the State, provided suitable men can be procured, the salaries 
of these men to be paid out of State Mission funds. We suggest that 
the Board be asked to formulate a plan of work and prepare rules and 
instructions by which the Missionaries are to be guided. Our Mission- 
aries in the East send earnest appeals to the Board every year for strong 
men to aid them in meetings. Our pastors are all so busy that it is 
impossible for them to give the time necessary to aid our Missionaries. 
All of one man's time can be profitably employed in aiding our Mission- 
aries in the East. In the West a somewhat different kind of work is 
needed. In addition to aid given our Missionaries in protracted meeting 
work, the Missionary for the West should be a general representative of 
the Board and its work in that section, presenting the claims of the 
Board and giving information about its work whenever an opportunity 
of doing so presents itself. 

Third. That the sum of $500.00 be set aside for the purchase and 
free distribution of tracts, the method of distribution being left to the 
judgment of the Board. 

Fourth. That the Board arrange with our colored brethren for two 
or more conferences, at which we may counsel together in regard to the 
work among the Negroes. We suggest that no salary be paid and the 
expense shall not exceed $100.00. We believe the colored brethren need 
our sympathy and encouragement rather than our financial aid. 



36 MINUTES OF THE 



CONCLUSION. 



There are some who do not realize the importance of State Mission 
work. They think that with a hundred and ninety thousand Baptists 
and eighteen hundred Baptist churches, there can be no great destitution 
in North Carolina. If these churches were evenly distributed over the 
State and were all equally strong and well developed, there would be 
but little if any need for State Mission work; but while in some sections 
there are as many churches or perhaps more than are needed, in other 
parts of the State there is great destitution. 

Nearly one-third of our numerical strength is to be found in the little 
corner of the State west of the Blue Ridge. In Robeson County there is 
one white Baptist to every nine of the population, while in the adjoining 
county of Scotland there is one Baptist to every seventy of population. 
In Cleveland County there is one Baptist to every four of the population, 
while in Hyde the proportion is one to one hundred. 

The Lord has certainly set before the Baptists of the State an open 
door. The progress of North Carolina in material things is well-nigh 
phenomenal. We are enjoying unprecedented prospertiy. In the rural 
districts there is peace and plenty on every hand. There has been a 
succession of good crops, and farm products have been commanding un- 
usually high prices. Farm lands were never so high and never in such 
demand as they are to-day. New railroads are being built and new 
towns are springing up along these lines of road. Old towns that were 
thought to have been grown fifty years ago, have taken on new life, and 
are growing with surprising rapidity. 

Shall the spiritual prosperity of our State keep pace with our material 
progress? If not, woe betide us as a commonwealth! Our greatest 
danger is our prosperity. Unless properly directed it will become a 
curse. At many places in our State where the material prosperity is 
greatest, there is greatest religious destitution. The Gospel of Christ 
is the "power of God unto salvation" from commercialism, as from all 
other dangers. If we allow these prosperous communities to go unsup- 
plied with Gospel privileges, we will be unfaithful to the Great Being 
who has commanded us to preach the Gospel everywhere, "beginning at 
Jerusalem."' State Missions means the salvation of North Carolina. 

Furthermore, every department of our work is calling for enlargement. 
Our educational institutions need more endowment and better equip- 
ment. The constantly increasing number of children at the Orphanage 
calls for a corresponding increase in contributions for their support. 
We must do more for Home and Foreign Missions. At the base of all 
this lies the work of State Missions. Every Mission point that becomes 
self-sustaining adds to our denominational strength. Gifts for the en- 
largement of our State Mission work is one of the wisest investments we 
can make, because it adds to our working capital and increases our 
possibilities for greater undertakings in the future. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



3Y 



Because of the marvelously rapid development of our State, your 
Board is of the sincere conviction that we should press the work of State 
Missions as never before. We verily believe that the vigorous prosecu- 
tion of Mission work in our State will mean more to us during the next 
ten years than during any previous twenty-five years of our history. 

"We are living, we are dwelling, 
In a grand and awful time ; 
In an age on ages telling, " 
To be living is sublime!" 

In the golden opportunity now confronting us, God is saying to us 
as clearly as He did to Israel of old, "Go Forioard!" 

Livingston Johnson, 
John E. Ray, President. Corresponding Secretary. 



REPORT OF TREASURER. 

1. 

Balance Sheet. 

Walters Durham, Treasurer, in account current with the 

Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, Dec. 5, 1906: 



10 


DEBIT. 

State Missions 


8582.34 
559.34 
850. 07 
1,501.90 
41.62 
4.08 
792.39 


58 
181 

78 


CREDIT. 

Sunday Schools 

Murphy School 

Cash (iu Commercial 
and Farmers Bank). 

Total 


$120 87 


42 


Foreign Missions 

Home Missions . 


5.98 
4,204.89 


54 


Education 




S9 


Yates Memorial 




93 


Mills Memorial _ 




96 


Yates Memorial College 

Total 






4,331.74 


4,331.74 



Correct : 



December 5, 1906. 



F. H. Briggs, 

Auditor. 



6 b MINUTES OF THE 

2. 

State Missions. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 6, 1905 (Minutes, p. 25) ... . $344.64 

Amount receiiVed 29,492.71 

To Livingston Johnson, salary as Cor. Sec... $863.00 

Livingston Johnson, traveling expenses.... 204.93 

H. C. Moore, salary as Recording Sec 25.00 

Miss Lynn, salary a^ stenographer 210.00 

Miss Haynes, salary as stenographer, W. 

C. C 70.00 

Rent on Mission rooms 105.00 

Office expenses 99.30 

W. C. C. stamps and expense 32.00 

Walters Durham, salary as Treasurer 180.00 

Printing Minutes 150.00 

F. H. Briggs, salary as Auditor 25.00 

N. B. Broughton, salary as Rec. Sec 25.00 

H. C. Moore, salary as Statistical See .... 50.00 

Burnsville School 200.00 

Paid missionaries 27,015.78 

Balance 582.34 

December 5, 1906. $29,837.35 $29,837.35 

3. ====== 

Foreign Missions. 

Balance as per statement of Dec. 6, 1905 (Minutes, p. 25) $1,138.48 

Amount received 29,023.52 

To L. Johnson, salary as Cor. Sec $814.00 

L. Johnson, traveling expenses 67.50 

Miss Lynn, salary as stenographer 140.00 

Rent on Mission rooms 84.00 

Walters Durham, salary as Treasurer 80.00 

Office expense 104.62 

Printing and mailing Minutes 156.34 

Printing, W. C. C 169.75 

Stamps. W. C. C 204.85 

Miss Weaver, salary as stenog., W. C. C. 10.00 

Typewriter, W. C. C 82.00 

Office expense, W. C. C 23.08 

Margaret Home fund 208.00 

Sent direct 4,778.52 

Foreign Mission Board 22,680.00 

Balance 559.34 

December 5, 1906. $30,162.00 $30,162.00 



13,021.09 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 39 

4. 
Home ilissiONS. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 6, 1905 (Minutes, p. 26) .. $1,032.57 

Amount received 

To L. Johnson, salary as Cor. Sec $373.00 

Miss Lynn, salary as stenographer 105.00 

Walters Durham, salary as Treasurer 40.00 

Office expense 33 50 

Printing Minutes 50.00 

Printing, W. C. C 5I.75 

Stamps, W. C. C 5_00 

Tichener Memorial fund 592.48 

Eent of Mission rooms 63.00 

Miss Haynes, salary as stenog., W. C. C. 35.00 

Sent direct 1,610.86 

Home Mission Board 10,844.00 

balance '§50.07 



December 5, 1906. $14,653.66 $14,653.66 

5. , 
Education. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 6, 1905 (Minutes, p. 26) ... . $1,143.01 

Amount received ^ .^09 70 

To vouchers of W. R. Cullom, Treasurer $3,843.83 

S'^l'^n^e 1,'.501.90 

December 5^ 1906. $5,345.73 " $5,345.73 

6. =——==== 

Sunday Schools and Colportage. 
Balauce as per statement Dec. 6, 1905 (Minutes, p. 26) . . $546.78 

Amount received j 036 92 

To H. C. Moore, salary as S. S. Sec $1,300.00 

H. C. Moore, traveling expenses 285.52 

Office expense 65.00 

Pointing 54 05 

S'^lance j20.87 



December 5, 1906. $1,704.57 $1,704.57 

7. " 
Tichener Memorial. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 6, 1905 (Minutes, p. 28) . . $207.78 

Amount received qqa 50 

To Home Mission Board $1,194.36 

December 5, 1906. $1,194.36 $1,194.36 



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Ministerial Eelief. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 6, 1905 (Minutes, p. 27).. $533.22 

Amount received .-,487.0d 

To T. E. Cheek, Treasurer $3,020.27 

$3,020.27 $3,020.27 

December 5, 1906. 

9. 
Stxjdexts' Aid Fuxd. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 6, 1905 (Minutes, p. 27).. $20.00 

Amount received 173.81 

To voucher of Pressley Smith, Treasurer $193.81 

$193.81 $193.81 

December 5, 1906. 

10. 
Yates IMemokial. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 6, 1905 (Minutes, p. 27) . . $41.62 

Balance $41.62 

$41.02 $41.62 

December 5, 1906. 

11. 
Yates Memorial College. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 6, 1905 (Minutes p. 27).. $785.14 

Amount received ■ 7.25 

To Balance $792.39 

• — 

$792.39 $792.39 

December 5, 1906. 

12. 
Mills Memorial. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 6, 1905 (Minuses, p. 27).. $4.08 

To Balance $4.08 

$4.08 $4.08 

December 5, 1906. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 41 

13. 

MuBPHY School. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 6, 1905 (Minutes, p. 28) . . $5.98 

To Balance $5.98 



$5.98 $5.98 

December 5, 1906. 

Eespectfully submitted, 

Walters Durham, 
Treasurer of the Baptist State Convention of N. C. 

On motion that a committee be appointed to report on the 
recommendations of the Board, the following were named 
bj the President: W. R. Gwaltney, J. M. Holleman, R. E. 
JS^eigiibor. 

The Statistical Summary, concluding the report of the 
Statistical Secretary, was offered and printed copies dis- 
tributed. 

The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary being the 
special order, the Convention was addressed by A. T. Rob- 
ertson, Professor of iSTew Testament Interpretation in the 
Seminary, on "The Dignity of the Ministry." Subscriptions 
for the Student's Aid were taken amounting to $1600. 

The following letter from JSTorth Carolina students in the 
Seminary was read: 

New Yoek Hall, Louisville, ^y. 
To the Baptist State Convention, Greenshoro, N. C. 

Dear Brethren: — Greetings from twenty -three men and three wo- 
men, students of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. 

We assure you of our prayers and interest in every movement for 
the advancement of the Master's kingdom. 

Carey's text, "Expect great things from God; attempt great things 
for God." 

R. P. Walker, 
J. Abner Snow, 
Zeno Wall, 

Com^nittee. 

The Secretary was instructed to make suitable response 
on the part of the Convention. 



42 MI^s^UTES OF THE 

The hour for the consideration of the Orphanage having 
arrived, the report from th.e Trustees of the Orphanage was 
presented bv W. E. Gwaltney, President of the Board: 

REPORT OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR THO:VL\SVILLE BAPTIST 

ORPHANAGE. 

On the evening of November 13, 1884, the North Carolina Baptist 
Orphanage Association was organized. 

J. H. Mills took charge of this new movement January 12, 1885. The 
first liclv was struck on the grounds April 9, 1885, in building a tool 
shanty. The next thing built was a stable, in which the Board of Trus- 
tees held their first meeting, using the door which was lifted from its 
hinges as a writing table. The first annual meeting was held August 5, 
1885, C. Durham preaching the sermon from 2 Kings, 4:1-7, standing 
under a large hickory tree. The first child was received November 11th 
of the same year. From this beginning the Orphanage has grown to ten 
dormitories for the children, a central school building, central dining- 
room, an infirmary for the sick, wood and shoe shops, printing office, 
steam laundry, two barns, homes for the treasurer and general manager, 
about 450 acres of land, a well 876 feet deep, furnishing practically an 
unlimited supply of water, and an excellent water works and sewerage 
system. Charity and Children was first issued July 14, 1887, and now 
has a circulation of about 11,000. 

Up to the present we have sheltered 972 children. During the past 
year we have received 87 ; and there are within our walls at present 333 
children. There are 21 women and six men giving their entire time to 
the institution. 

Since last Convention contributions to current fund have amounted 
to $24,001.91; subscriptions to Charity and Children, $3,927.64; col- 
lected for advertising, $994.37 ; net profit from Charity and Children last 
year, $1,600.67. 

One year ago we had a debt amounting to $11,400. About half of this 
has been paid. In addition to this one barn has been built and 38 acres 
of land purchased, costing $1,520. 

The Watson House is being re-built by relatives of Mr. Watson and 
gifts from the Tar River Association, over which he was the honored 
Moderator for a number of years. The roof is being put on the Aydlett 
building, which, along with the Watson House, we hope to have com- 
pleted in a few months. Barring the scourge of pneiunonia last spring, 
the health of the children has been all we could ask — only one death. 

Special mention should oe made of the services of Dr. W. W. Rowe, 
of Greensboro, in giving a week of hard work on the teeth of the chil- 
dren, and also of the work of Dr. W. P. Reaves, of this city, also for his 
services as specialist on the eyes of those having such troubles, taking 
only actual expenses for his work. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 43 

Some improvements are being made on the central dining-room — a new 
water tank has been ordered holding 30,000 gallons. This has become 
necessary from the fact that the old one does not hold enough water 
to last over Sunday. The increasing number of children will make other 
improvements necessary all along. 

A new infirmary is now the greatest need. The old one can be turned 
into a central sewing-room, which is much needed for the better instruc- 
tion of the girls in sewing. 

The policy of the Orphanage is to maintain the most rigid economy 
consistent with the highest interests of the children committed to its 
care. 

The general manager after a year's experience, along with the Board 
of Trustees, wishes to express his increasing appreciation of the great 
work accomplished by Mr. and Mrs. Boone during their ten years of 
wise and faithful service. This period has left a mighty stamp upon 
the institution. And he also wishes to make record of his affectionate 
appreciation of the loyal and helpful support received from those stand- 
ing nearest him in bearing the daily burdens, as well as his apprecia- 
tion of the same support received from almost every Baptist church to 
the ends of the State. 

From the returns already coming in from the Thanksgiving offering 
we believe the debt will be paid; for this and the whole year so filled 
with blessings we render devout thanks to Almighty God. 

FolloTving- the readine; of the report, tliere was singing by 
a gronp of Orphanage boys and girls in attendance on the 
Convention today. Remarks also were made by AY. R. 
Gwaltney, T. T. Speight, B. "\Y. X. Siinms, and J. M. 
Frost, the Convention dnring the discnssion being led in 
prayer by T. J. Taylor that ways and means may be devised 
and iirovided for the erection of an Infirmary. 

The report of the committee on the Orphanage was pre- 
sented as follows: 

ORPHANAGE. 

The history of the progress and achievements of. any pre-eminently 
successful enterprise is of peculiar interest to every progressive man. 
Wo challenge every institution among us with the questions, "Is the 
purpose worthy, Is the equipment adequate and Does the output justify 
the investment?" 

Measured by any and every condition and test of success the Thomas- 
ville Orphanage stands pre-eminent — a superb illustration of the wisdom, 
sympathy and sacrifice of its founders and its supporters. Its work is 



44 MINUTES OF THE 

honorable and indispensable; its ideals are lofty and inspiring; its aims 
are Christ-like and worthy; its plans are commendable and deserving; 
its management is wise and praiseworthy; and its prospects are bright 
and unlimited. 

The Orphanage merits our heartiest sympathy and most liberal support 
because of its mission. It purposes, just so far as Baptist love and 
support will enable, are to furnish a home and training for every orphan 
in North Carolina. With great overflowing hearts of love the manager 
and his corps of teachers endeavor to supply to homeless, friendless little 
ones the parental love and watch-care, the home environment and influ- 
ences and the life preparations which unfortunate circumstances have 
robbed them of. They pray and struggle to keep before these little ones 
life's highest ideals and purpose.5, and above all to send them into the 
world by way of the cross of Jesus to meet life's issues with noble man- 
hood and womanhood and in the fear of God. Is not this the spirit of the 
Man of Galilee who baptized the world in his boundless love and em- 
braced the poor and the helpless in the sweep of his boundless sym- 
pathy? The Orphanage is making manhood, character and Christians 
that will add grace and beautj^ to society; will give impetus and eleva- 
tion to our civilization; will add power and purity to our civic righteus- 
ness; and will greatly supply the ranks of the Baptist hosts and the 
army of our God. 

A report on this work would be unworthy of the name without a word 
of commendation and compliment to the present General Manager. 
Surely the voice of God did call him, and the wisdom of heaven has 
shaped his plans and brought to pass his dreams. Every^vhere on the 
hill is seen the marks of a master-hand. Attention to the little things, 
seemingly so insignificant and yet so powerful in their effects on char- 
acter, is manifested on every side. Attention to the needs of a greater 
to-morrow is stamping every effort with durability and permanence. 
Himself a genius, he is rapidly effecting system, smoothness and economy 
in every department — from the shoe-shop to the dining-hall. God has 
fitted him for the work, and long may he live to give grace and finish 
to the glorious work. 

The Thomasville Orphanage merits your support because it is saving 
our children and developing men and women for our cause. Therefore, 
your Committee respectfully recommends that you give the institution 
your heartiest sympathy, your earnest prayers and a goodly portion of 
your means. We would urge that every church in the State will give a 
thanksgiving offering to this noble work and that you will endeavor to 
lead your Sunday schools up to systematic giving of monthly offerings 
to the orphanage, until every Sunday school in North Carolina is in 
constant and sympathetic touch with the great work at Thomasville. 

We recommend further that every Sunday school will subscribe to 
Charity and Children and that our Sunday school leaders will se( that 
these are JTuliciously distributed. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 45 

We recommend that the general manager be instructed to inaugurate 
a system for keeping a complete record, as far as possible, as to the suc- 
cess or failure of each orphan who leaves the institution, that we may 
know the full results of our orphanage work. 

Respectfully submitted, G. T. Lumpkin, 

A. L. Betts, 
H. D. Hakrell, 

J. A. SUMMEY, 

C. W. Payseur, 
J. A. Beam, 
J. M. Stoner, 

Committee. 

Remarks were made by G. T. Lumpkin, M. L. Kesler, 
S. II. Averitt, John C. Scarborough, and W. R. Grwaltney. 

Baylus Cade offered the following resolution, which was 
adopted : 

Resolved, that it is the sense of this Convention that the Board of 
Trustees of the Orphanage ought to provide an adequate Infirmary for 
that institution as quickly as possible, and that this Convention pledges 
itself to the support of this resolution. 

The reports of the Board and of the committee were then 
adopted. 

T. F. Detwiler, pastor of the West Market Street Meth- 
odist Church, of Greensboro, and W. H. Smith, Assistant 
Secretary of the Foreign Mission Board, of Richmond, were 
introduced and welcomed. 

P. G. Elsom, of Brevard ; John Lewis, of Southern Pines ; 
IsToel I. Allen, of Sawyer's Creek; H. A. Willis, of Weldon; 
G. C. Duncan, of Leaksville; T. J. Riddick, of Lexington; 
and R. E.- Neighbor, of Salisbury, as new pastors in the 
State, were introduced and welcomed, the Convention unit- 
ing in the song, "Blest Be the Tie that Binds." 

A communication was read inviting members of the Con- 
vention to visit the Public Library of Greensboro at their 
convenience. 

The following letter from F. M. Jordan was read to the 
Convention : 



46 MINUTES OF THE 

To the Baptist State Convention, Assembled in Greensboro, jN'. C. 

Dear Brethren axd Sisters: — I am not able to be with you. It 
would do my soul good to look iu upon the great Baptist host of North 
Carolina, assembled in the magnificent new church building in Greens- 
boro. ]\ly daily prayer is that you may have the most spiritual, the 
most harmonious and the best meeting of the Convention in its history. 

I am now in my 77th year. Have traveled this year 1,060 miles, 
preached 126 sermons, and baptized 93 people. He that goeth forth and 
weepeth, bearing precious seed, shall doubtless come again with re- 
joicing, bringing his sheaves with him. Ps., 126:6. 

Wherefore I take you to record this day, that I am pure from the 
blood of all men. For I have not shunned to declare unto you all the 
counsel of God. Acts, 20:26, 27. 

For I am now ready to be offered, and the time of my departure is at 
hand. I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have 
kept the faith; henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteous- 
ness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me at that day; 
and not to me only, but unto all them also that love his appearing. 2 
Tim., 4:6-8. 

Fraternally, F. M. Jordan. 

The Secretary was asked to reply in behalf of the Con- 
vent ion. 

After various announcements, the Convention adjourned 
with benediction bv John Lewis. 



SECOIs^D DAY— Afterxoox Session. 

The Convention reassembled at 3 o'clock, IST. B. Brough- 
ton, Chairman of the Sunday School Committee, presiding 
by request of the President. 

After prayer by A. B. Dunaway, the Bible reading was 
conducted by W. C. Barrett. 

The report on Sunday Schools was offered by William 

Lunsford : 

SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 

Baptists have ever been an industrious and a progressive people. So 
marked have been these characteristics in our denominational life, and 
the results so naturally consequent thereupon, that Baptists have occa- 
sionally been disposed to felicitate themselves, when in convention as- 
sembled, upon their advancement in educational and religious life. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 4Y 

We are still advancing, and can with perfect grace and modesty con- 
tinue to feel pleased and grateful for many things, especially with refer- 
ence to that interesting institution known as the Sunday school, in 
which the educational and religious factors are so closely united. 

Speaking generally, what was once largely a device for teaching re- 
ligious truth to poor and neglected children, and for promoting habits 
of cleanliness, good manners and reverence for the Sabbath has be- 
come a permanent department in chuich life, in which all classes of 
children and adults meet together, properly graded and classified for 
the study of God's holy word. 

The Sunday school has become an indispensable part of church life, 
and the churches cannot only never outgrow it, l)ut must look to it and 
depend ujjon it as the most prolific source for recruiting their member- 
ship. 

It is an institution that is growing stronger day by day, stronger in 
its recognition by the churches, stronger in its system of instruction, 
stronger in its organization^ stronger in the material provision for its 
accommodation, stronger in the appliances, literary and pedagogical, 
which are being furnished for it by the churches themselves, and by the 
publishing houses which cater to the current and growing demands of 
an earnest and ever increasing constituency. 

The churches of the future are to be the churches of the Sunday school. 

Speaking generally, first. A school for Christian workers was con- 
ducted, at Mars Hill College, near Asheville, last simimer. beginning 
July 23d and closing August 3d. The courses embraced: 

Teachers and Teaching, by Rev. B. W. Spillman, Field Secretary of 
the Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. 

Sunday School Management and Methods, by Eev. L. P. Lovell, Field 
Secretary of the Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Conven- 
tion. 

Preparation and Delivery of Sermons, by Dr. H. W. Battle, of Greens- 
boro, N. C. 

Doctrines of the Bible, by Dr. W. R. Cullom. of Wake Forest College. 

Junior Bible School, by Miss Spain, of Kinston, N. C. 

Review and Preview of the Sunday School Lessons, and Outline 
Studies in Both the Old and New Testaments, by Hight C. Moore. 

Twilight meetings were conducted daily at Locust Grove when the 
weather permitted, and in the church when otherwise, by Rev. Wm. 
Lunsford. 

It is believed that this school conferred lasting and permanent benefits 
on the workers and preachers who were privileged to attend its sessions. 

Second. A new chair has been created in our Southern Baptist The- 
ological Seminary at Louisville, Ky., having for its sole object the pro- 
motion and efficiency of the Sunday school work throughout our Bap- 
tist Zion. Dr. B. H. Dement, of Tennessee, but latterly of Waco, Texas, 
was selected to this chair. 



48 MINUTES OF THE 

The creation of this new department in our seminary work places the 
Baptists far in the lead in the matter of advancing .the Sunday school 
cause. A celebrated Sunday school specialist has remarked that this 
step on the part of the Baptists was the most definite and valuable 
contribution to the Sunday school work that has been taken in a hundred 
years. 

Third. Our denominational press has been loyal and generous in the 
space devoted to Sundaj' school topics. 

The Biblical Recorder has maintained its department of lesson exposi- 
tion by the editor, and published an attractive series of special articles 
by our front line workers, and in the judgment of some deserves special 
commendation. 

The Work in General. — It is easy to see that a Sunday school revival 
is in progress among our people. In more than 40 associations general 
Sunday school meetings are held at least once a year, and in some there 
are Sunday school missionaries who with little or no remuneration are 
laboring in this field to build up the kingdom. In a few of our cities 
similar work is being done. As one of the significant movements we 
note the Chautauqua at Charlotte held November 17th and ISth at the 
re-opening and dedication of the splendid new Sunday school auditorium 
of the First Baptist church which drew together a group of the foremost 
workers in the country. And all along our lines there is observable a 
fine advance in equipment, in organization, in quality of work and in 
results. 

Wm. Luxsford. 

C. AlMOX UPCHtJRCH. 

George P. Harrill. 
J. B. BooxE. 

C. G. Lowe. 

D. P. Bridges. 

Tliere was discussion by William Lunsford, J. M. Frost, 
and X. B. Bronghton, and the report was adopted. 

On motion of L. Johnson, the American Baptist Publica- 
tion Society was made special order for from 3 to 3 :20 p. m. 
tomorrow. 

W. H. McMastcrs was given 10 minutes following as 
representative of the American Sabbath Association. 

The Convention then adjourned. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 49 

SECOND DAY— Evening Session. 

The Convention reassembled at the hour appointed, Vice- 
President Lee H. Battle in the chair. 

Singing was followed by prayer, with W. C. Tyree 
leading. 

The greetings of J. D. Hufham, detained at home by 
reason of sickness, were brought to the Convention by J. D. 
Larkins. On motion of T. J. Taylor, the Secretary was in- 
structed to send a fraternal message from the Convention, 
the message to be printed in the minutes of this session. 

The following was the message sent: 

J. D. Hufham, D.D.: 

The Convention so dear to your heart and so devoted in return to you 
as one of the elders cf our Baptist Israel, hears with regret of the illness 
that detains you from the present session. Your counsels and activities 
in the service of Christ in our behalf has won for you the love of your 
brethren and a lasting place in their annals. For your speedy and com- 
plete recovery they fervently pray; and that you may be spared to at- 
tend again and again their annual sessions they fondly hope. Their bene- 
diction upon you at the eventide of your life ; -and may the days brighten 
before you into eternal day. Hight C. Mooke, 

For the Convention. 

The report of the Committee on Woman's Work was of- 
fered by C. J. Thompson : 

EEPORT OF COMMITTEE ON WOMAN'S WORK. 

The organization of the Woman's Missionary Societies discovered to 
us woman's chief sphere of work in the churches of the Christ. It is 
unifying, quickening and developing our women — that two-thirds of our 
church membership which before was so largely unutilized in our efforts 
to save a lost world. The movement has brought to us a strong organi- 
zation, in Woman's Missionary Societies, Young Ladies' Missionary 
Societies, Sunbeam Societies and Boys' Mission Bands, which now has 
become too large to meet with the State Baptist Convention. 

In this work, the devotion to the study of missions and to systematic 
giving have borne such fruits in the cultivation of the spirit of missions 
and in the large sums of money raised, that from year to year our most 
sanguine expectations have been svirpassed by our consecrated women. 

4 



50 mijnutes of the 

The progress and recent events connected with this work show us that 
we do not yet fully comprehend its fullest possibilities. 

The change of the time of the annual meeting of the Woman's Mis- 
sionary Union, which used to meet with this Convention, to April, has 
fully demonstrated its wisdom in a larger representation, the deepening 
of interest and the increase of contributions. The contributions during 
the past year were $21,982.77, against $17,158.49 the year before. 

Our talented and consecrated President of the North Carolina Union, 
Miss Fannie E. S. Heck, was again elected, last May, President of the 
Woman's Missionary Union, auxiliary to the Southern Baptist Con- 
vention. We are glad, however, that this additional responsibility in 
no way changes her relations to the societies in North Carolina. 

The establishing of a Baptist Woman's Missionary Training School 
in Louisville, Ky., is another mark of the progress' and widening of 
woman's work. To this school for the training of our young women 
Mrs. C. M. V. Follett, of N. C, was called last August as lady principal. 

We commend most heartily this training school, with the advantages 
of our great seminary at Louisville, to all our young women who desire 
the best equipment for service in the Master's work, both at home and 
abroad. 

And we commend in the most earnest way, to our pastors, to our 
churches, and to the denomination, the consecration, zeal and liberality 
of our women in all their work. C. J. Thompson, 

W. C. Tyree, 

Committee. 

After discussion bv C. J. Thompson, W. C. Tyree, and 
T. J. Taylor, the report was adopted. An offering amount- 
ino- to $48.19 was made for the Louisville Training School 
for AVomen, 

The following resolution, offered bv Livingston Johnson, 
was adopted : 

Whereas, the Woman's Auxiliary Union has thought it wise to hold 
their meeting at a diflFerent time and place from that at which the 
Convention is held ; and 

Wheieas, we deem it of the highest importance that the relation of the 
two bodies shall be as close and cordial as practicable; therefore. 

Resolved, first. That we request the Union to send to our Convention 
annually as messengers the officers of the central committee and one 
messenger from each association. 

Resolved, second. That these messengers shall bear a report from the 
Union to the Convention, which report shall be presented to the Con- 
vention by the Corresponding Secretary with the report of the Board, 
and that the same be incorporated as part of the report of the Board. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 51 

The report on Foreign Missions was offered by T. M. 

Pittman : 

FOKEIGN MISSIONS. 

The report of our Foreign Mission Board shows contributions to its 
work during last year amounting to $315,248.48, against $2'83,415.88 the 
preceding year, and $247,629.69 two years before; an average annual 
increase of more than twelve and a half per cent. There were 2,445 
baptisms last year, against 2,231 the previous year. These were the 
largest contributions in the history of our Foreign Mission effort, and 
the number ofbaptisms was greater than ever resulted from our labors 
in a single year. 

In larger numbers than ever before individuals and churches are as- 
suming the support of workers, men and women in greatly increasing 
numbers are offering themselves to the foreign work, and there lies be- 
fore us a wide-open door of opportunity in the willingness of unsaved 
men and women to hear the gospel. 

The success and prosperity of this enterprise, no less than its pressing 
needs, warrant and demand a large and steady advance of the movement. 

If we shall learn wisdom from the teachings of our Lord, or even 
from the experiences of secular accomplishment, the advance ought to 
have a scope worthy of our own position, conunensurate with the field 
open for our occupancy and in keeping with the importance of the end 
in view. Bearing these things in mind, let us understand ( 1 ) that ours 
is a world religion. Upon every continent on the face of the earth there 
are Baptist churches, and brethren of our faith are to be found holding 
high the standard of the Lord Jesus. In the great Christian brotherhood 
we are one of the largest of the denominations called "Protestant," and 
our numbers are counted by millions. These great numbers and their 
great resources are not designed of God for little things merely. (2) 
The fields open for our occupany are at this time immeasurable. Nearly 
every nation is now open to the messenger of God, and conditions all 
over the world are favorable to the gospel message. Everywhere is the 
spirit of unrest and of inquiry. Governments are rising and falling; 
new policies are being inaugurated, the maps of the world are being 
changed. Students of society find immediate and even secondary causes 
for these things, but we know that the primary cause lying at the 
foundation of all this unrest is a grasping after that great truth which 
came through Jesus Christ that men should be free. There shall be 
quiet after the unrest. It remains for the people of God to say whether 
it shall be the peace and quiet and liberty which come through the 
truth, or a falling back into the slavery of sin. While men are seeking 
the truth is our opportunity under God of giving it to them. (3) The 
end in view is the redemption of the world from the power of sin, 
through the preaching of the gospel of Christ. These are the large 
things of God, and he has equipped us bountifully for dealing with 



52 MINUTES OF THE 

them. We cannot acquit ourselves creditably by doing small things. The 
greatness of God, the largeness of opportunity and strength for accom- 
plishment are upon us. 

A year ago this Convention undertook to raise $30,00 for Foreign 
Missions. We recommend that it undertake to raise during the coming 
year $35,000. 

We recommend further that the burden of this work be laid upon 
our people, to the end that workers be raised up in this State for the 
foreign field. 

The Foreign ^Mission Board has inaugurated a missionary education 
movement, designed to stimulate and aid a careful study of mission 
Avork. Bro. T. B. Ray has been appointed Secretary and put in charge 
of this work. Its expenses have been provided, and no demand is made 
for contributions to its support. We commend this work to the sym- 
pathy and co-operation of the brethren. 

The report was adopted after discussion by T. M. Pittman, 
T. B. Ray, of Xashville ; E. F. Tatum and W. E. Crocker, 
missionaries to China ; and TT. H. Smitli, of Richmond. 

The Convention then adjourned with benediction by W. 
H. Smith. 



THIRD DAY— MoRXI^-G Sessiox. 

Greexsboro, K C, Dec. 7, 1906. 

The opening service of praise and Bible reading and 
prayer was conducted by J. N. Stallings. 

President Jones called the Convention to order, and the 
proceedings of yesterday were read and approved. 

Braxton Craig, for the Committee to dominate Board of 
Missions and Sunday Schools, made their report, which was 
adopted. (See list of Boards of the Convention.) 

E. E. Bomar, another of the new pastors in the State, was 
introduced and welcomed. 

B. W. Spilman, for the committee appointed a year ago 
to confer fraternally with the Free Will Baptists, made a 
verbal report, and, on motion, J. J. Hall was appointed a 
fraternal messenger to the Free "Will Conference to he held 
the coming year at Lucama. 

O. R. Mangum made a statement regarding the Wal-e 
Forest Student, calling especial attention to the historical 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 53 

number piiblislied in the interest of the preservation of our 
denominational history in North Carolina. 

J, H. Tucker, for the Committee, made the following re- 
port, which was adopted : 

Your Committee appointed a year ago on Permanent Assembly Ground 
beg leave to report: 

1. We have secured an "option on 940 acres of land at the Swannanoa 
Tynnel, through which passes the main line of the Southern Railway 
from Washington to Memphis. The site has been personally inspected 
by your Committee and we believe it to be admirably adapted to the 
purpose. 

2. We recommend that the Convention, without assuming any financial 
responsibility, give its endorsement to the establishment of these grounds. 

3. We further recommend that the Baptists of the South be invited 
to join in the movement. J. H. Tucker. 

HiGHT C. Moore. 
B. W. Spilman. 
N. B. Broughton. 
H. W. Battle. 

The report on State Missions was offered by Baylus Cade : 
REPORT ON STATE MISSIONS. 

When, after the resurrection, our Lord met the disciples in Galilee He 
said unto them, "All authority is given unto Me in heaven and in earth; 
go ye, therefore, and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them 
in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching 
them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you, and lo, 
I am with you all the days, even unto the end of the age." 

This language is the urgent authorization of world-wide missions; 
and in it is the implied method of all divinely approved missionary pro- 
ceedure whatsoever. To have required the first disciples to proceed to 
the evangelization of remote peoples in disregard of the territories lying 
near to them, would have been to prescribe lines of policy in conflict with 
natural considerations; and so, they werei told, that this world-wide 
evangelism must have its beginning from, and have its base of operations 
in, the capital of the Jewish life and influence. 

The author of this report could not have written it at all; nay, more, 
he would not have written it all had he not profoundly believed that 
the commission given by the Christ contemplates this evangelization 
of the whole world. The motive then of State evangelization is the 
motive of world evangelization. The actual work of saving the pagan 
world must, of course, be done upon pagan soil ; but the conditions out 
of which both the work and the workers in Foreign Missions come must 
be created here at home. 



54 MIJfUTES OF THE 

So then, at bottom and actually, the work done by our State Mission 
Board and its able and consecrated Secretary is, to all intents and pur- 
poses, Foreign Mission work, since it is certain that this home work does 
create and constantly enlarge the conditions that make it possible for 
our work in foreign lands to be and to grow. 

But the evangelization of Xorth Carolina is not alone fundamental 
to all our work in foreign fields, it is also fundamental to the evangeliza- 
tion of the territory which the Home Board of the Southern Baptist 
Convention seeks to cover. It is, moreover, at the basis of all our suc- 
cesses in the printing and publication of the truth, for the enlargement 
and beatification of Christian manhood, at home and throughout the 
world. This home evangelization is, moreover, at the bottom of all our 
blessed achievements in the education of all the people. 

It is the creation and emergence here of the Christian consciousness, 
about which our State Mission Board is engaged, that will furnish forth 
most speedily the splendid forces, out of which the whole world's re- 
demption from sin is to come. 

These being truths, elemental truths, about which controversy would 
be the evidence of sheer stupidity, how infinitely important it is that this 
work should have the largest place in our thinking, in our planning, 
in our praying, in our giving. 

It is the mature opinion of your Committee that we ought to expend 
forty thousand dollars upon State Missions within the year whereupon 
we are now entering; and by the adoption of this report the Convention 
gives direction to its Board of Missions and Sunday Schools to ask God 
and his people to put that amount into its work the ensuing year. 
Respectfully submitted, Baylxjs Cade, 

Committee. 

The report was discussed by Bajliis Cade, Livingston 
Johnson, Jolm E. :\ri]ler, W. P. Campbell, and Charles E. 
Maddrr. 

Eeferenee being made to the labors of the lamented Co- 
lumbus Durham in our State Mission cause, the Convention 
rose and sang his favorite hymn, "How Firm a Foundation." 

The report was further discussed bv J. W. Bailev. 

W. R. Gwaltney offered tlie following, which was adopted : 

Your Committee appointed to report on the recommendations of the 
Board of Missions and Sunday Schools beg leave to recommend all the 
recommendations of the Board. W. R. Gwaltxey. 

J. M. HOLLEMAN. 

R. E. Neighbor. 
The report on State Missions was then adopted. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 55 

The report on the Baptist University for Women was pre- 
sented by J. C. Massce: 

REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE BAPTIST UNIVERSITY FOR 

WOMEN. 

The seventh session of this institution has opened under conditions 
that promise a successful school year. The enrollment of students is 
352, 30 more than that of any previous session. Every dormitory room 
was full within a few weeks after the opening of the fall term, and 
extra accommodations had to be provided. We are accommodating 237 
boarding students ; the rest are day pupils. Seven States are represented 
in the student body, and nine religious denominations besides our own. 
There has been no serious sickness in the school, and the average grade 
of scholarship among the new students shows a gratifying improvement 
year by year. 

Prof. L. D. Watson, of the chair of Mathematics, has been granted 
leave of absence for a year of study at Harvard, and his work is being 
carried on mainly by his assistant, Miss Paschal. Prof. W. J. Ferrell, 
formerly of the Pee Dee Institute, has been elected bursar and business 
manager of the institution, and Mrs. Ferrell has been employed as as- 
sistant teacher in piano music. The overflow in this department has 
rendered necessary the employment of an extra teacher for the session, 
and we have secured Miss Elizabeth Schuster, who was trained in Boston 
and Berlin. Miss Royster, an expert in her line, has been employed to 
give the whole of the afternoons and evenings until 9 o'clock p. m. to 
physical culture and corrective work among the students. The force of 
officers and teachers now number 34. 

So far as we have been able to observe the behavior of our young 
women has been almost uniformly good, owing largely to the college 
spirit brought over from the previous sessions and to the fine sense of 
responsibility developed by the system of self-government. In the two 
instances calling for corrective discipline the students themselves took 
the initiative. 

Since our last annual report we have installed a handsome three 
manual pipe-organ, at a cost of $4,700. This amount has been raised 
by private subscriptions, in cash and pledges, save something like $400. 
The chapel has also been enlarged and otherwise improved. 

The religious life of the students expresses itself in the weekly ses- 
sions of the Y. W. C. A., the daily evening prayer-meetings, the weekly 
meetings of five Bible classes (which have no connection with the regu- 
lar work prescribed in the catalogue ) , in the three mission study classes, 
and in the personal workers' classes. It is pleasant to add that this 
same spirit manifests itself also in the personal godliness of a large 
number of the students. One of our former pupils is now doing mission 
work in China, another is in Japan, another is teaching in Porto Rico 



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while waiting to become old enough for appointment by our Richmond 
Board, and four others now here are preparing for the foreign field. We 
have just passed through a series of evangelistic meetings under the 
preaching of Bro. W. D. Upshaw, of Georgia, in which a number of the 
girls made profession of faith, and many others re-dedicated their lives 
and services to Christ. 

Our immediate needs are a gymnasium hall, an infirmary, more en- 
dowment, and a loan fund for indigent girls. 

While under existing conditions ieW of our people can make large 
donations while living, it is to be hoped that more and more with the 
passing years our brethren and sisters will be disposed to emulate the 
noble example of Sister Swepson, Brethren Alford and Simmons, Mr. 
W. H. Overby and Judge Faircloth by devising in their wills some legacy 
frr the school, which will bestow a lasting blessing upon the world, and 
at the same time perpetuate their own names in the grateful memory 
of coming generations. 

After discussion by J. C. Massee, E, E. Bomar, O. L. 
Strinorfield, Thomas Hume, and Livingston Johnson, the re- 
port was adopted. 

The Convention then adjourned. 



THIRD DAY — Afterxoox Sessio]?^^. 

Reassembling; at the hour appointed, the Convention was 
called to order by Vice-President Battle, and led in prayer 
by C. W. Blanchard. 

The following' resolution, offered by W. C. Tyree, was 
adopted after discussion hx John C. Scarborough and I. P. 
Hobgood : 

Resolved, that this Convention learns with pleasure and gratitude to 
God of the continued growth of the Chowan Baptist Female Institute 
and Oxford Seminary, and wishes these institutions a hearty God-speed 
in their work. 

A. B. Dunaway submitted the following resolution which, 
after discussion by A. B. Dimaway and J. W. Bailey, was 
referred to the Board of Missions and Sunday Schools: 

Whereas, the two races appear to be. drifting further and further apart 
and the relations between them are becoming more strained, therefore, 
be it 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 57 

Resolved, that the President of this Convention be requested to appoint 
five brethren who shall meet five representative negroes of the State for 
the purpose of consultation concerning the best methods for bringing 
the two races into closer and more pleasant relations. 

Resolved, that the treasurer of this Convention be authorized to pay 
the necessary expenses of the committee appointed for this purpose. 

Resolved, that said committee be requested to report at the next meet- 
ing of this Convention. 

W. R. Gwaltiiej^ offered the report of tlie Committee on 
Place and Preachers for next session, which was adopted 
after discussion by R. E. N'eighbor, W. A. Ayers, R. D. 
Cross, J. J. Adams, Braxton Craig, T. T. Speight, J. W. 
Little, and Fred D. Hale: 

Your Committee on Place and Preacher recommend Wilmington as the 
place and Rev. W. R. Bradshaw, of Reidsville, as the preacher, and G. 
T. Lumpkin as alternate. 

W. R. GWALTNEY, 

D. P. King, 
J. D. Boone, 

A. J. DODAMEAD, 

S. F. Conrad, 

J. F. McDUTFIE, 

W. A. Bullock, 

Committee. 

W. H. Reddish reported for the Committee to ISTominate 
Roard of Ministerial Relief, which was adopted. (See list 
of Boards of the Convention.) 

The American Baptist Publication Society being the 
special order, the Convention was addressed by L. E. Peters, 
Sunday School Missionary of the Society, 

A brief address was also made by W. H. McMasters, of 
the American Sabbath Association. 

The report on Temperance was offered by H. A. Brown 
and adopted as follows : 

Whereas, the drink evil is one of the greatest curses of our time, a 
blight upon temporal welfare and burden to the churches and the king- 
dom of God; therefore, 

Resolved, first. That the Baptist State Convention would encourage 
its constituency and all others to the utmost devotion in the cause of 



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temperance, both in preaching the gospel to the repentance of drinkers 
and the building up of the sentiment that will prevent the traffic. 

Resolved, second. That inasmuch as the civic treatment of the liquor 
traffic is a subject of honest difference of opinion we refer the questions 
of method to our people, charging them to act with good conscience 
toward God and man, and with great earnestness. 

Jlesolved, third. That we take great pleasure in the progress in the 
interest of temperance that has been achieved, and we entreat our people 
to continue in this good work, supporting the laws that we have and in 
all practicable ways improving and strengthening them, with a view to 
the utter destruction of the traffic and the evil that it does so much to 
maintain. 

H. A. Brown. 
J. W. Bailey. 

J. W. WiLDMAN. 

Archibald Johnson. 
John A. Gates. 
Henry Sheets. 

A. D. Hunter offered for tlie Committee the report nomi- 
nating: the Board of Education, which was adopted. (See 
list of Boards of Convention.) 

Charles E. Maddi-y for the Committee on Religious Exer- 
cises read the list of appointments for members of the 
Convention in the various churches of Greensboro and 
vicinity. 

C. C. Haymore spoke of the Baptist opportunity at the 
quarry near Mt. Airy, of the struggle to build there a suitable 
house of worship, and of the need for further aid to com- 
plete it. 

With benediction by W. R. Cullom the Convention ad- 
journed. 



THIRD DAY— EvExixcx Session. 

The Convention reassembled at 7 :30, President Jones 
called the body to order, and J. L. Stewart led in prayer. 

On motion of J. W. Lynch, the consideration of Minis- 
terial and General Education was made the special order for 
tomorrow evening instead of tonight. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVEXTIOJf. 59 

The report of the Board of Trustees of Wake Forest Col- 
lege was presented bv W. L. Poteat, President of the College : 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF WAKE FOREST 

COLLEGE. 

In the name of Him whom we serve in the cause of Christian educa- 
tion, the Trustees of Wake Forest College beg to present to the Conven- 
tion the following report: 

The Faculty — The teaching force of the college now aggregates 28 men. 
They are distributed in four ranks as follows: Professors, sixteen; As- 
sociate Professors, two; Instructors, six; Assistants, four. Of these the 
following have been appointed since the Convention of 1905 : Mr. Edgar 
Walter Timberlake, Jr., B.A., L.L.B., Associate Professor of Law; Mr. 
Judson Dunbar Ives, M.A., Instructor in Biology; Mr. Hubert McNeill 
Poteat, B.A., Instructor in Latin; Mr. William LeRoy Vaughan, M.A., 
Instructor in English; Mr. Elliott Brantlej^ Earnshaw, B.A., Instructor 
in Mathematics; Mr. Rufus Ford, Jr., B.A., Instructor in Chemistry; 
Mr. Thomas Belton Caldwell, Assistant in Chemistry; Mr. Gordon Roby 
Edwards, B.xA.., Assistant in Political Science; Mr. William Eugene 
Speas, Assistant in Physics; Mr. James William Vernon, Assistant in 
Medicine. 

The Students. — The session of 1905-6 showed a total enrollment of 
345, a larger number by 17 than the highest previous record (1903-4). 
The registration on the first day of the present session was more prompt 
and full than ever before and gave promise of a material advance upon 
the total enrollment of the previous session. It now stands at 340. 
Other students will enter in January. 

Seventy-four of the counties of North Carolina are represented on the 
roll, and the distribution outside our own State embraces Pennsylvania, 
INIaryland, Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Arizona. The 
first-year men, nvimbering 125, show under the insistence upon the 
entrance requirements a more satisfactory preparation than in any 
previous session. 

The health of the students as a body has been excellent. Dr. Rankin, 
Dean of the School of Medicine, reports that in the period of four years 
just past there have occurred only nine eases of serious illness among 
the students and no death. 

We take especial pleasure in reporting the perpetuation of a genuine 
religious interest in the college. It is due in great measure to the work 
of the gifted and consecrated college pastor. Dr. Lynch, and shows itself 
in an enlarged attendance upon the meetings of the Young Men's Chris- 
tian Association as compared with the pleasing record of last session, 
and in the participation of more than a hundred students in the volun- 
tary study of the Scriptures in the Bible lands. Arrangements have been 
made for a series of special religious services in January. Not more 
than forty of the students are not church members. 



60 MINUTES OF THE 

The spirit of loyalty and the habit of earnest work are as dominant 
as ever they were. The two literary societies are in better condition 
than in several years past, and are perpetuating their splendid record 
of victory in inter-collegiate contests. 

Equipment. — In the past year there has been a notable addition to 
the equipment of the college. An important piece of property just out- 
side the campus westward has been purchased. The Alumni building, 
the gift of the sons of the college, has been completed at a cost of 
$16,060. It supplies greatly needed quarters for the schools of Biology 
and Medicine. Other classes are for the time accommodated there. The 
college infirmary, quiet and home-like and altogether the most pleasing 
building on the grounds, was opened to patients in September. It cost 
with equipment $8,500. Moreover, the Lea Laboratory, which is now 
wholly devoted to the School of Chemistry, according to the original 
intention, has enlarged its desk space and the seating capacity of its 
lecture room. 

Outlook. — In all the present situation nothing is so gratifying to the 
Trustees and College as the cordiality and unanimity of its large constit- 
uency, out of which will come a constantly increasing patronage. There 
appears to be no natural limit to the number of our students except the 
extent of the provision we are able to make for their comfort and in- 
struction. The capacity of the College in these regards has been severely 
taxed this session. Enlargement is a necessity. It is not the purpose 
of the Board to add at present other departments of instruction, but the 
number of teachers in the existing departments must be increased for 
the adequate instruction of the larger body of students. There is press- 
ing need of the extension of the water system, and surely we cannot 
much longer delay a general heating and light plant. 

In conformity with the action of the Convention a year ago, tiie Trus- 
tees now make with confidence their appeal to the chiirches for the 
addition of $150,000 to its present endowment. 

At tliis point the Facnlfy Quartet of the College (Profes- 
sors Poteat, Brewer, Lake, and Eatman) sang two selec- 
tion .s. 

The Convention was then addressed by W. L. Poteat, A. 
V). Dnnaway. Livingston Johnson, Fred D. Llale, and J. W. 
B.niley. Snliscrijitions were made for the endo^vment of tlie 
College amounting to abont $32,000. 

Tlie report of the Board was then adopted, the Quartet 
called upon for another selection, and the body led in prayer 
by ,T. C. Ifassee. 

After announcements the Convention adjourned. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 61 



FOURTH DAY— MoKNiNG Session. 

Greensboro^ ^K. C, Dec. 8, 1906. 

On reassembling, the Convention was called to order by 
the President and led in prayer by J. J. Lansdell and C. 
M. Rock. 

The minutes of yesterday were read and a]3proved. 

The following resolution, offered by Braxton Craig, was 
adopted after remarks by C. J. Hunter : 

Resolved, That we regard the imprisonment of youths, convicted of 
crime, in prisons and camps where they are associated with mature 
criminals and under general circumstances that tend to punish, and 
perhaps to harden, rather than reform, is contrary to the dictates of the 
Christian religion; and, therefore, we bespeak in their behalf a mode of 
trial and punishment which, while being by no means slight, shall be 
directed toward correcting the disposition to crime and toward their 
restoration to manhood. 

The following resolution, offered by R. E. ISTeighbor, was 
adopted : 

Resolved, That the Convention authorize the Secretary to extend to 
the wife and family of N. S. Jones our deepest sympathy in their loss. 
The death of Bro. Jones has removed from us one of our heroes. 

The following resolution, offered by B. W. JST. Si-mms, was 
on motion of J. J. Hall laid on the table for twelve months : 

Resolved, That the time has arrived in the history of the Baptists of 
North Carolina when, as a people, we should take measures towards 
fostering, locating and erecting somewhere in the healthful regions of 
our State, a Baptist sanatorium, where we may treat the frailties of the 
bouics of men with intensity of purpose and nobleness of heart, as is 
being done in other States of our Baptist Southland. 

Second. To the end that the above may at once be inaugurated, we 
suggest that a committee of three be appointed by this body, who shall 
report to it next year the reasonableness, utility, expediency and feasi- 
bility of accomplishing in the near futvire this greatly needed blessing 
which the Baptists of North Carolina owe unto the Great Physician of 
souls and to the godly physicians of North Carolina who are ready to 
be used of the Lord in assisting to heal the bodies of men. 



62 MIIs^UTES OF THE 

Announcement being made by T. M. Arrington of a seri- 
ous wreck early this morning on the Southern Railway, in 
which some of the members of the Convention may possibly 
be involved, the Convention was led in prayer by A. B. 
Dunaway. 

A letter from Elizabeth March, President of the State 
W. C. T. IT., of Winston-Salem, was read and the Secretary 
instructed to respond on behalf of the Convention. 

Fred D. Hale expressing the opinion that we ought to 
have a Xorth Carolina Baptist ]\rinisters' Conference, and 
inviting such a meeting in connection with the Convention 
at Wilmington next year, it was moved by W. C. Tyree and 
adopted bv the body that the President appoint a committee 
of five to arrange for such a Conference. The President 
named W. C. Tyree, Fred D. Hale, Livingston Johnson, W. 
R. Cullom, and Braxton Craig as the committee. 

The report on Periodicals was presented by W. C. Barrett : 

REPORT OX PERIODICALS. 

This is an age of reading. Everybody is calling for something to read. 
The press in wielding a greater influence than it ever has before. Every 
paper and magazine and book that is published has an influence for good 
or evil. The printing press is, perhaps, the greatest agency in the world 
for moulding sentiment and determining destiny. Like everything elde, 
it can be made a blessing or a curse. God has given it for His own 
glory and the good of man. 

As Baptist people we must have a Baptist literature. If we have 
any principles that are worth holding, they are worth stating. If the 
world needs our message, it is important that we use this great oppor- 
tunity to give to the world what God has given to us. 

The pressing need in North Carolina to-day is one strong denomina- 
tional paper. Since 18.33 the Biblical Recorder has supplied this need, 
and has done its work well and served the denomination faithfully in 
all of its work. Its great aim has been to teach the New Testament 
religion in all its fullness. It has expressed in literature Baptist life, 
principles, and ideals. It has unified our people, it has indoctrinated 
them; it has upheld the hands of the pastors; it has injected into our 
civic life Baptist benevolence, justice and right<>ousness. 

It is now .striving to establish the rising generation in Bible doctrine 
and life, and to reinforce the moral life of our time with militant 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 63 

Christianity. The accomplishments have been great, the aims and plans 
are broad. 

To carry them into effect will require all the support and energy of 
t-e Baptists of North Carolina. 

The North Carolina Baptist was established in 1891. From the first 
it has stood by all the objects of the Convention. It has taken part in 
the growth and development of the denomination since it was estab- 
lished. It has been an important factor in bringing about the tem- 
perance reform in the State. Its aim is to be used of God in our work 
in North Carolina. 

Charity and Children is the only newspaper owned and operated by 
the Baptists of North Carolina. It was established in 1887 and has 
grown until it has a constituency of twelve thousand. Its aim has 
been to make a direct sentiment for the Orphanage; but it has strength- 
ened and aided every department of our work. It is a source of con- 
siderable revenue to the Orphanage. It strives to give a weekly picture 
of the Orphanage and win friends for it. 

Our Sunday school literature is the best for us, because it is best 
suited to our situation. 

Begining with 1887 the Southern Baptist Convention decided to put 
in a full line of Sunday School literature, with Kind Words as the basis. 
For five years the helps were issued from Atlanta. In 1891 the Conven- 
tion decided to re-establish its Sunday School Board, locating it at 
Nashville. 

Its aim has been to supply a literature standing for the faith as the 
Southern Baptists hold it. It has gone into nine-tenths of our Sunday 
Schools. The profit on -.le two-cent quarterlies and other publications 
has helped us wonderfully in our Sunday School work. It has supplied 
a Sunday School field work with one missionary and five secretaries. 
Thousands of Bibles have been given to those who Avould not otherwise 
have had them. Books on Sunday School work have been given to 
every student studying for the ministry in the South. A lectureship on 
Sunday School progress has been established in the Seminary. A chair 
of Sunday School Pedagogy has recently been established in the Semi- 
nary. All of this aid and much more has been received by the Baptists 
of the South, without cost to the denomination. 

The aim of the Board is to continue this work and improve it in 
every department. The first of next year it will begin the publication 
of the advanced course. This course will be prepared by Dr. J. R. 
Sampey, who himself selected the lessons as Sub-Committee of the Inter- 
national Committee. 

The Foreign Mission Journal is published by the Foreign Board at 
Richmond, Va. It contains letters from the missionaries on the field 
and reports the work of the Board. 

The Home Field is published by the Home Board of Atlanta, Ga. It 



64 MINUTES OF THE 

has recently become a magazine of thirty-two pages and has been won- 
derfully improved. It gives the report of the various departments of the 
work of our Home Board. It is now meeting with marked success. 

The ^Yake Forest Student is edited by the Faculty and students of 
Wake Forest College. It is the best magazine of its kind in the country. 
The Convention issue is worth the price of the magazine. 

The Piedmont Evangelist is a new paper established for the advance- 
ment of evangelism in North Carolina. It is edited by B. Cade and 0. L. 
Stringfield. 

The Review and Expositor is a Baptist magazine edited by the ablest 
Baptists in the world. We heartily commend it. 

Youi' committee would recommend these periodicals and the recent 
books by Drs. Mullins, Frost and Eaton. 

W. C. Barrett, 
J. H. Tucker, 
J. V. Devenney, 
J. E. M. Davenport, 
D. F. Putnam, 
J. J. Hall, 
M. T. Hatcher, 

Committee. 

The report Avas discussed by W, C. Barrett, K. Thompson, 
J. J. Hall, Bayliis Cade, J. W. Little, and adopted. 

J. Y. Jovner, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the 
State ISTormal and Industrial College, extended to the Con- 
vention an invitation to attend at the College this afternoon 
an informal reception from 4:30 to 5 :30 o'clock. On motion 
of Livingston Johnson, the invitation was accepted. 

A. E. Brown offered as follows the report of the Com- 
mittee on Home Missions : 

HOME jVnSSIONS. 

A New Testament church has as its principal object the evangelization 
of the world. Every member of a church is bound in the maintenance 
of his Christian character to do all in his power for the accomplishment 
of this object. Every pastor is under solemn obligation to present this 
object to the members of his church and use every effort to make them 
feel their obligation and to induce them to contribute of their time and 
money according to their ability. 

The blood-stained cross was, perhaps, still standing on the brow of 
Calvary when the risen Christ, the Great Head of the church, stood on 
the summit of Olivet and said unto His eleven disciples: "Ye shall be 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 65 

witnesses unto Me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judea, and in Samaria, 
and unto the uttermost part of the earth." In these words we have 
Christ's own program of missions. Having previously given His march- 
ing orders to "Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every crea- 
ture," the Great Head of the church now prescribes very definitely the 
order of the march. World-wide evangelism, in obedience to the march- 
ing orders of Christy demands the accentuation of Home Missions first 
in the order of the march. 

"Save America to save the world," is both good philosophy and true 
Christianity. "As goes America so goes the world" has a deeper signifi- 
cance to-day, 'owing to our international influence, than when uttered 
by Austin Phelps twenty years ago. William Kincade, after • years of 
devotion to Home and Foreign Missions, declares that "the planting and 
nurturing of churches in America is our first and best work for the 
evangelization of the world. Dr. R. S. Storrs wrote from Florence, 
Italy: "The future of the world is pivoted on the question whether the 
Protestant churches of America can hold and enlighten and purify the 
people born and gathered into its great compass." 

EVANGELISM. 

First in importance in the work of our Home Mission Board is evangel- 
ism. "In spirit and purpose, evangelism lies at the base of the Chris- 
tian propagandism. Soul winning precedes soul training, and that soul 
training is seriously defective that fails to stress the supreme importance 
of soul winning. "Much of the evangelistic work has been and will con- 
tinue to be done by pastors and pastor-evangelists." But the Southern 
Baptist Convention, realizing the special needs and opportunities con- 
fronting us, instructed the Home Board to create a department of 
"Evangelism," and to employ suitable men who, working under the 
direction of the Board and by invitation of the churches, would go into 
peculiarly difficult fields, especially in the larger cities, and do evangel- 
istic work. The work has been inaugurated by employing two first-class 
men — brethren W. W. Hamilton and W. D. Wakefield. The first meeting 
was held with the First Church of Wilmington, N. C, with most glorious 
results. A still better meeting in many respects was held in Henderson, 
Ky. They are now in San Antonio, Texas. 

It is hoped that funds for this work will be supplied without drawing 
on the regular funds of the Board. This has been the case so far. 

Next in order, comes the work of sustaining the churches made possi- 
ble by the work of the evangelists on new fields. No men are ever 
called to greater tasks nor to endure more hardness as good soldiers of 
Jesus Christ than these hard-worked, poorly-paid, self-sacrificing mis- 
sionary pastors. When the historian writes the history of our national 
progress, he will first of all take account of the Home Missionary. "The 
march of our civilzation has been to the music of our religion." These 



66 MINUTES OF THE ' 

Home Missionaries are empire builders. Few know anytliing of the 
privations, difficulties and discouragements of these noble men called to 
nurse infant churches in the midst of adverse circumstances. Many of 
them would succumb to their hardships did they not "endure as seeing 
Him who is invisible." The Foreign Missionary gets a year off now and 
then, but our solitary Home Missionary plods on year after year. 

Next in order comes the work of church building. The need of a fund 
for this work is emphasized by the fact that almost two-thirds of our 
churches in Oklahoma are without houses of worship. The same is true 
of half of our mission churches in the Indian Territoiy, Arkansas, and 
Texas, not to mention Cuba and the newer mission fields. Add to these 
the fact that in the older States there are many places where the 
changed conditions require a house of worship of such character and 
convenience as to be utterly beyond the means of the congregation to 
build without assistance. 

This is a time of opportunity for Baptists in the great Southwest, and 
church building is one of the chief factors in determining our future in 
that rapidly growing section. Think of 2,500 homeless churches in the 
section beyond the Mississippi River. Such a situation is appalling, 
and yet it Avill grow worse year by year or we shall have lost our. 
oportunity if Southern Baptists do not speedily provide a fund of such 
magnitude as to enable the Board to assist them. A small gift of a 
few hundred dollars is often sufficient to encourage one of these churches 
to build. 

The next department of the Board we notice is that of mission schools.. 
These are confined to the mountain region and Cuba. 

Dr. J. B. Gambrell says: '"The mountain school work is mission work 
in a very concentrated form." The Board now has twentj'-four school 
in the mountain region, nine of which are in North Carolina. 

The power and influence of these schools is beginning to be felt in the 
sections where they have been established. 

Amon" the most perplexing problems confronting the churches of 
America to-day is the rapid growth of our cities. In 1800 we had only 
one city with a population of 00,000 ; we now have forty cities each wi*^h 
a population of over 100,000, while the six largest cities contain 12,000. 
000 of people. At the dawn of the nineteanth century only 4 per cent 
of our population dwelt in the cities. At present, if we include the 
larger towns, 50 per cent are congregated in the cities. This problem 
would be serious enough were these city people Anglo-Saxon, but when 
we are confronted by the fact that the foreigners no longer seek homes 
in the rural districts, but in the cities, and that the foreigners are not 
only coming in increased numbers, but are for the most part the most 
undesirable elements of the world's population, the city problem becomes 
the most serious we have to contend with. 

One of the most pathetic incidents in the life of our Lord occurred 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 67 

during the triumphal entry into Jerusalem, when it is recorded that 
while some were shouting Hosannas, "He beheld the city and wept over 
it." If tears could be shed in Heaven, nothing could provoke them more 
readily than the modern city with its degradation, distresses, destitu- 
tions, sorrow and sin. As Hazael was startled into abhorrence at the 
revelation of his future self exclaimed, "Is thy servant a dog that he 
should do this thing?" So Baltimore, Richmond, Atlanta, Birmingham, 
Louisville, Nashville, Memphis and New Orleans may see and abhor in 
London, New York and Chicago their own awful future. 

But if to be forewarned is to be forearmed, then the South should 
see to it that its cities are thoroughly evangelized in their making. For 
do what we may with civic righteousness clubs, prohibition crusades and 
other similar reform movements, we are doomed to fail in the saving of 
the cities, for the only solvent of this "City Problem" is the gospel of 
Jesus Christ. 

But time and space forbid that we should write of the other great prob- 
lems committed to the Home Board; but if Baptists are to grow with the 
growth of this rapidly developing section — if we are to maintain our 
prestige and influence — if we are to meet our obligations to the nine 
million negroes, the foreigners coming in such vast and increasing num- 
bers, the benighted of Cuba, the lost of our own people — if we are to 
meet the expectations of our Master, then we must stand loyally by the 
Home Board and increast our contributions to its work. 

We note with pleasure the increase of contributions to this work 
during the year, and submit that with the increase undertaken for other 
objects, that North Carolina Baptists should endeavor to raise $25,000 
for Home Missions next year. 

A. E. Brown. 
W. F. Fry. 

B. W. N. SIMMS. 
J. J. Lansdell. 

Pending the adoption of the report, the Convention was 
addressed by A. E. Brown, Secretary of Mountain Work of 
the Home Board, and J. F. Love, Assistant Corresponding 
Secretary of the same Board. 

There was further discussion by Fred D. Hale, C. J. 
Thompson, Livingston Johnson, and W. C. Tyree, and the 
Convention united in prayer, C. B. Justice leading, for the 
outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon the evangelistic work of 
Southern Baptists. The report was then adopted, and a 
motion also prevailed requesting the publication of the report 
in tract form by the Home Mission Board. 



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The following telegram was received and the Secretary 
authorized to make suitable response: 

KocKY Mount, N. C, Dec. 9th. 
The N. C. Baptist State Convention, Greensboro, N. G. 

The North Carolina Conference of the M. E. Church, South, send Chris- 
tian greeting. See 2 Cor. 13:14. W. L. Cunninggim, Secty. 

The report of the Ministerial Eelief Board was offered by 
Corresponding Secretary J. F. McDuffie, and after remarks 
by W. R. Gwaltney, was adopted: 

REPORT OF THE MINISTER'S RELIEF BOARD. 

The hopeful outlook for the work of this Board is very encouraging. 
The increased contributions and the increased number of beneficiaries 
admitted on the Board, are marked indications of a growing interest 
and progress. We take courage and go forward. 

Only one has died since our last report. Mrs. Jane Barlow passed to 
her reward February 20, 1906. The general health of the beneficiaries, 
so far as we have been able to ascertain, has been good. Many of them 
are badly afflicted, but are no worse than usual. 

We now have thirty-one families represented on the Board. Six have 
been received since our last report. Rev. W. F. Gray, of the Yadkin 
Association; Rev. F. B. Cheek, of the Alleghany Association, and Rev. 
H. W. Graham, of the Little River Association, were each received at 
the February meeting of the Board. Rev. Newton Wright, of Catawba 
Association, was received in June; Rev. W. S. Melvin, of the Bladen 
Association was received at the August meeting; and Rev. W. J. Fulford, 
of the Robeson Association, was admitted at the November meeting. 

The Board congratulates the churches for the increased liberality 
shown. While we set no standard at the beginning of the year to be 
reached, Ave tried to keep the brethren informed as to the work, and 
committed the results to God and His people. As a result, there has 
been an increase of twenty-five per cent above last year's contributions. 
May the Board not expect an increase of twenty-five per cent next year, 
or three thousand dollars? 

To make this work the greatest benefit to our old and worthy brethren 
and their widows, we would urge the pastors of the Convention to 
inform us of their needs and wants; and send us the names and post- 
ofiices of any deserving aid from this Board. 

Rev. C. J. Thompson, 

J. F. MacDxtffie, President of Board. 

Corresponding Secretary. 



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Report of Treasurer of Baptist Ministerial Relief Board for Yeab 
Ending December 4, 1906. 

1905. receipts. 

Dec. 6. Balance $1,185.70 

1906. 

Mar. 13. W. Durham, Treasurer 454.07 

July 21. W. Durham, Treasurer 333.41 

Dec. 3. W. Durham, Treasurer 1,689.42 

Interest 191 . 53 



3,854.13 



p. I. B. FUND. 

Loans $500.00 

500 . 00 

450.00 

350.00 

350.00 

300.00 

300.00 

280.00 

275.00 

250.00 

200 . 00 

200.00 

200.00 

175.00 

160.00 

125.00 

125.00 

100.00 

60.00 

62 . 50 

137.50 



5,497.00 

Balance 784.62 



6,281.62 



disbursements. 

Rev. N". H. Moss, Cherryville $95 . 00 

Rev. M. L. Green, Ahoskie 95 . 00 

Rev. Jas. Jordan, Franklinville 93.00 

Rev. H. W. Briggs, Swiss . .■ 81 .00 

Rev. Ransom Pinner, Holcombe 75 . 00 

Rev\ L. A. Loyd, Macon 67 . 50 

Rev. C. Blevins, New Life 67 . 50 



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Rev. Solomon Blackburn, Bud 67 . 50 

Eev. R. J. Bennett, New Hill 67 .50 

Rev. Ephraim Norris, Warne 67.50 

Rev. Wm. Harris, Kapps' Mill 67 . 50 

Rev. B. M. Hoyle 65.00 

Rev. Newton Wright, Camp Creek 62 . 50 

Rev. A. P. Stokes, Denton 55 . 00 

Rev. Wm. F. Gray, Clyde 42 . 50 

Rev. H. M. Graham, Swan Station 42 . 50 

Rev. F. B. Cheek, Whitehead 37 .50 

Rev. W. S. Melvin, Parkersburg 32 . 50 

Rev. W. A. Fulford, Raeford • 17 . 50 

Mrs. C. F. Humphries, Oxford 95 . 00 

Mrs. C. J. Honeyeutt, Mars Hill 86 . 00 

Mrs. Sibby Combs, Trap Hill 81 . 00 

Mrs. Amanda Sellers, Supply 67 . 50 

Mrs. L. P. Brown, Hamptonville 67 . 50 

Mrs. Elvo Caines, Broadenavix 07 . 50 

Mrs. H. C. Register, Register 65 . 00 

Mrs. Elizabeth Duncan, Bearch Creek 55 . 00 

Mrs. Sarah M. Hughes, Benham 45 . 00 

Mrs. Rebecca Parsons, Fleetwood 32 . 50 

Mrs. Downing, Downingville 32.50 

Mrs. M. J. Tart, Forney, S. C 40.00 

$1,933.50 

P. I. B. Fund 825.64 

Printing 2.50 

Balance 1,092.49 



3,854.13 

Respectfully submitted, T. E. Cheek, 

Dec. 4, 1900. Treasurer. 

The Convention tlien adjourned with benediction by W. 
R. Gwaltney. 

FOURTH DAY— Afternoon Session. 

The President called the bod)' to order and prayer was 
offered, J. J. Adams leading. 

The report on ^Memorial Tributes was presented by John 
C. Scarborough, as follows: 



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REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON OBITUARIES. 

The Committee on Obituaries report that the following brethren have 
been called from their labors on earth to their rest and reward in heaven 
during the conventional year now closing: 

Rev. John Mitchell, D.D., died in March, 190G, at the old home in 
which he was reared in Bertie County, in his 80th year. He was born in 
1826. He was a graduate of Wake Forest College and of the Southern 
Baptist Theological Seminary. He was an active and busy pastor of 
churches in town, city and country nearly all the years of his ministry. 
He was prominent in the councils of his brethren for the building up of 
the cause of Christ. He served as member of the Board of Trustees of 
Wake Forest for many years. He was agent of the College to raise the 
first money after the war between the States to put the College on its 
feet, the war having swept away its. means and left it badly crippled. 
He was the warm friend of our University for Women. He was Secre- 
tary of our Ministerial Education Board for a number of years, and 
managed its affairs to the satisfaction of the Board and did a great 
work for the young preachers under his charge. He was a friend of our 
Orphanage at Thomasville, and elected there a home for the care of girls 
in the Orphanage. It was known as the "John Mitchell Home for 
Girls." We called it the Mitchell Family. From the beginning of the 
Orphanage work he was the wise and thoughtful President of the Board 
of Trustees of that institution. He Avas for all the years of Chowan 
Baptist Female Institute, from its founding in 1848 to his death in 
March, 1906, a member of its Board of Trustees. He gave of his money 
freely and liberally for its needs. Since the service of the writer began 
at the Institute, no year has passed without his good help extended to 
some young woman, and frequently to more than one, to help them 
through its course of study. His life was well spent. He was a saintly 
man. He rests from his labors and his Avorks do follow him. At the 
time of his death he was a member of Holly Grove church, of the West 
Chowan Association, near his home in Bertie County, N. C. 

Rev. Wm. Brunt was called from his labors during the year. He Avas 
a good preacher and Avell equipped for his Avork. He was Moderator of 
tha Bladen Association. 

Bro. W. C. Petty, of Carthage, Trustee of the Baptist UniA^ersity for 
Women from the appointment of that Board to the time of his death; 
Rev. E. J. Edwavds, field agent of both the Biblical Recorder and the 
North Carolina Laptist ; Rev. J. G. Fisher, Moderator of the Cedar Creek 
Carolina Baptist; Rev. J. G. Fisher, Moderator of the Cedar Creek 
Association; Rf;v. O. T. Edwards, of the Sandy Creek Association; Rev. 
J. L. Lane, of the Piedmont Association; Rca'. R. M. Loftis, of Pinnacle, 
N. C. ; Rev. J. W. DoAvning, of Downingsville, N. C. ; Rev. W. B. Harrell, 
of Dunn, N. ().; Bro. John Lindsey, of Jerusalem Church, South Yadkin 
Association; Bro. G. W. Hendrix, deacon of the same church; Bro. W. H. 
Mitchell, of Franklinton : Bro. A. J. Patterson, of the Piedmont Assoeia- 



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tion ; Bro. W. P. Covington, deacon, treasurer, and Sunday school super- 
intendent of Wadesboro church; Bro. Thos. J. Lea, deacon of Beulah 
church in Beulah Association — these have all died during the year. 

Bro. Pej^on A. Dunn, of Wake County, died during this year at his 
home near Xeuse Station. He served long and well as a member of the 
Board of Trustees of Wake Forest College. He attended the sessions of 
this body from its organization at Greenville, X. C, till age and infirm- 
ities consequent thereon prevented. He was a good church worker from 
his early manhood to his death at a ripe old age, having lived beyond 
the four-score limit. 

Rev. John Thomas Albritton, born .January 26, 1836, at Snow Hill, in 
Greene County, X. C, died on December 5, 1906. the opening day of this 
Convention, at his home near Mount Olive, X. C. He will be numbered 
among the most useful, men of his day and in the Baptist denomination 
and among the best preachers and pastors of our ministry. He spent a 
long and useful life as publisher, teacher and preacher. He was one of 
the best-informed men on our Baptist history with whom the wi'iter has 
ever talked. He was the writer's pastor for five years at Selma, X. C. 

Rev. X. S. Jones, of Clio, S. C, died on yesterday. December 7, 1906. 
Bro. Jones began his ministry in Xorth Carolina and held prominent 
pastorates in our State. He frequently attended the sessions of this 
Convention, and was a useful and successful minister and pastor. 

The workers are called home at the will of our Master. Their places 
are filled by others called to succeed them, and the work goes on. The 
Lord gave and the Lord has taken them home. Blessed be the name of 
the Lord. Johx C. Scarborough. 

For the Committee. 

Remarks Avero nia(\' bv John C. Scarborough, A. Wayland 
Cooke, TJ. T. Vann, W. X. Jones, X. B. Broiighton, W. 
Y. Fry. and the re]iort was adopted. 

On motion of W. X. Jones, it was ordered that the Chair- 
man of the Committee on Obituaries to report next year be 
named at this session. 

Brethren Bell and Williams, pastors of other churches in 
the city, were introduced by (^harles E. ^laddry and recog- 
nized hx the Convention. 

The Convention then adjourned to attend th^ reception at 
the Xovmal. Benediction by Livingston Johnson. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 73 



FOURTH DAY— Evening Session. 

The Convention reassembled at the hour appointed, Presi- 
dent Jones in the chair. W. C. Tyree led in prayer. 

The report of the Committee on Ministerial Education was 
submitted by A. Wayland Cooke, as follows : 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON MINISTERIAL EDUCATION. 

The great demand upon us for an efficient ministry was never so 
imperative as at this time. Our only hope is that the Lord may greatly 
multiply the number of men whom He would have proclaim His gospel. 
He has encouraged us to join our hearts with His great heart in the 
matter of supplying the world with ministers by saying, "Pray ye the 
Lord of the harvest that He may send forth laborers into His vineyard." 

We most heartily recommend: 

( 1 ) That our pastors preach oftener on the call to the ministry. 

(2) That we encourage any promising young brother who may be 
inclined to consider this great matter, in every sympathetic way we can. 

(3) That we urge them to enter school at once. If they should be 
prepared to enter college, that they should go at once. If unprepared to 
enter college, that the Board of Education make it possible for them to 
enter preparatory schools. 

0. L. Stringfield. 
R. H. GowER. 
P. G. Elsom. 
A. W. Cooke. 
D. W. Thomason. 
W. H. Rogers. 
C. S. Cashwell. 
J. W. Lynch. 

The report was discussed by A. Wayland Corbe and W. 
C. Tyree. 

The report of the Board of Education was presented by 
Corresponding Secretary W. R. Cnllom as follows : 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Ministerial education is one of the original purposes for which the 
Baptist State Convention of North Carolina was organized. It has 
throughout our history constituted an important factor in our work; 
and in this case surely wisdom is more than justified by her works. It 
is no exaggeration to say that no agency of this Convention has done 



74 MINUTES OF THE 

more to give to the Baptists of our State their useful and commanding 
position than has the Board of Education. But with all that has been 
done in the past, the cry for men was never so great as it is to-day. The 
plans and conditions, however, that are calling for these men are demand- 
ing men with capacities and equipment suflBcient to cope with difficulties 
and to bring to pass achievements that were not dreamed of by the men 
who inaugurated this work. The Board of Education would, therefore, 
urge once more upon the pastors and churches, the parents and teachers 
of Xorth Carolina the need of more men and more well-equipped men 
in the work of the ministry. The two-fold exhortation of the ^Master 
that we (1) lift up our eyes and look on the fields, and (2) that we pray 
the Lord of the harvest to thrust forth laborers into His harvest, was 
never more opportune than it is right here in our midst to-day. The 
Board of Education needs and must have money to carry on its work 
committed to it by this Convention; but it would urge also upon the 
minds and hearts of our people the pressing need of men. The Lord is 
saying in a thousand voices all around us: "Whom shall I send, and 
who will go for us? Who will answer, saying, "Here am I, send me'? 

Since the last meeting of this Convention the Board has extended aid 
to 72 men. Sixteen of these men did not return to college this fall. 
Some of them graduated, some went on to the Seminary, others dropped 
out because of ill health or other cause. During the fall term of the 
present session aid has been extended to 56 men. These men are doing 
good work, and most of them give promise of making strong, useful min- 
isters of the Word. 

The financial work of the past year has been as follows: 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance from la.st year $1,125 .01 

Receipts for current year 4,202 . 72 

Total $5,327 . 73 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Paid out as per vouchers 1-187 3,945 . 23 

Balance on hand 1,382 . 50 

From this statement it will be seen that the current income of the 
Board for the past year over that of the preceding year was $265.15. 
It will be seen, also, that there is a nice balance in the treasury. We 
would remind you, however, that our lean months are just ahead of us, 
and beg that the pastors and delegates in this Convention take this object 
upon their hearts, give it a large place in their prayers and sympathies, 
and lay it before their churches in an opportune hour and in a practical 
way. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 75 

Following is a list of the men who have been aided by the Board since 
the last Convention. 

Respectfully submitted, " W. R. Cullom, 

Cor. Sec. of the Board of Education. 

Those not here this session : Duncan, Jno. M. ; Dunn, B. E. ; Dorton, 
H. C; Gaddy, C. F.; Hamrick, T. B.; Jones, J. C; Keaton, T. C; Lim- 
rick, T. F.; Murray, J. F.; Poe, W. D.; Siler, I. 0.; Spaulding, J. H.; 
Turner, E. A. ; Thorn, E. R. ; Whisnant, W. G. ; Willoughby, J. G. 

Those in attendance during the present session: Smith, D. W.; 
^dams, Jas. ; Baucom, H. W. ; Bridges, J. B. ; Bynum, J. T. ; Burke, F. T. ; 
Brickhouse, R. E. ; Bowen, J. D.; Brown, D. A.; Conley, S. B. ; Cread- 
man, C. D.; Clarke, R. E. ; Collins, T. D.; Deaton, P. B.; Dailey, L. E.; 
Dunn, R. M.; Fleetwood, W. C; Greene, Jno. R.; Hogan, K. W. ; Hoff- 
man, R. E. ; Harris, Joe P.; Hoyle, J. E. ; Jenkins, Jas. L. ; Johnson, 
Geo. H; Johnson, W. O.; Johnson, E. N.; Kirk, J. E.; Kirk, J. L.; King, 
F. D.; Kurfees, F. W.; Kyles, W. L.; Kelly, W. M.; Leonard, C. A.; 
Lanier, Jno. E.; Lemmon, R. S.; Mangum, 0. R.; McManus, 0. W.; 
Miller, C. A.; Mills, G. T.; Nanney, J. H.; Nanney, A. H.; Pearson, 
R. B.; Singleton, T. C; Seymour, T. Y.; Sorgee, B.; Singleterry, C. R.; 
Thompson, E. 0.; Thorn, J. B. Jr.; Taylor, T. F.; Tunstall, Geo. T.; 
Vipperman, D. E.; Willis, J. B. ; Whitley, J. W.; White, E. E.; Wishart, 
I. E. ; West, W\ E. 

There was further discussion by Baylus Cade, and both 
reports adopted. 

The report on General Education was presented by Henry 
W. Battle, as follows: 

REPORT ON GENERAL EDUCATION. 

Baptists should be the most stalwart friends and champions of educa- 
tion. Their very polity, the purest form of democracy, imposes a general 
distribution of personal responsibility in matters of the gravest moment, 
and emphasizes the value of schools and colleges as efficient sources of 
equipment. It would seem to be self-evident that one should not lack 
the education necessary to render him a useful member of society; it 
would seem to be equally self-evident that the form and degiee of 
mental equipment, for the individual, should be measured only by the 
supreme object, — namely: The very highest and best expression of the 
individual life fulfilling a mission of service. All true education is, 
therefore, essentially practical. This is coniirmed by "the logic of 
events." Skilled manufactures, commerce and business of to-day are the 
products of trained minds; while, upon the other hand, the various de- 
partments of government have been entrusted by common consent to 



76 MIXUTES OF THE 

those who have acquired knowledge, and especially the discipline of a 
college course. Although not one in a hundred of our white male youth 
has been college-bred, yet the colleges have furnished one-half of all the 
Presidents of the United States, most of the justices of the Supreme 
Court, not far from one-half of the members of the Cabinet and the 
National Senate^ and almost one-third of the House of Representatives. 
It is vastly more important, however, that we should bear in mind that 
the Christian school affords the very best opportunity for the develop- 
ment of Christian character. All the elements of the larger life of the 
future manifest themselves, in one form or another, during college days, 
and that is the time for future leaders to be equipped — sufficiently 
learned, strong and heroic to master the mighty problems on which hang 
the great things of this world and of the kingdom of heaven. The ele- 
mentary school will go on teaching the child facts. The secondary 
school will interweave those facts into groups and principles and laws. 
Manual training may become more and more a feature of both, in prep- 
aration for the useful and the practical in life. The professional and 
technical schools must become more and more post-graduate schools to 
fit men for the callings, the professions, the specialties of life. But 
between these — the secondary and the technical schools — lies the all-im- 
portant, the supreme work of training the man. For the man must be 
a man before he is a specialist. The minister, the doctor, the lawyer, 
is impotent in his profession, if he lacks the poise, the symmetry, the 
character that we call manhood. 

As a denomination we find abundant cause for congratulation, and 
devout gratitude to God, in our institutions of learning. Wake Forest, 
easily at the front, is prospering under the wise and inspiring adminis- 
tration of President Poteat. Present success is ever the reward of labor 
and sacrifice, and in turn, calls for larger things to be won by similar 
means : therefore. Wake Forest needs an increased endowment that she 
may fulfill her God-given destiny. 

The Baptist University for Women, with our own brilliant, scholarly 
and devout Dr. R. T. Vann at its head, has already won an honorable 
place among the leading colleges of the South for the education of young 
women. The scope and thoroughness of its work guarantee a high-class 
education to those who will receive it, while the graces of refinement and 
piety expand naturally in its wholesome and delightful atmosphere. 

We are convinced that now at last Baptst parents need not sacrifice 
denominational loyalty that their boys and girls may receive the very 
best educational advantages in North Carolina. 

Closely associated with these two great schools, which so appropriately 
crown our educational system, should be mentioned such excellent col- 
leges as the Oxford Female Seminary and the Chowan Female Institute, 
in every way worthy of liberal patronage. 

As adequate preparation must be made before the pupil is fitted to 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 77 

enter an institution of collegiate grade, we are very fortunate in having 
quite a number of excellent preparatory schools. Thousands of our boys 
and girls do not live within the reach of a graded school, and it has 
been demonstrated that such schools, even when accessible, cannot so 
fully meet individual needs as do properly conducted private and denom- 
inational academies. In this most important field such thoroughly com- 
petent schools as exist under Baptist patronage at Buie's Creek, Delway, 
Morehead City, Mt. Vernon Springs, Winterville, Wallburg, Wingate, 
Leaksville-Spray, Wadesboro, Maiden, Lenoir, Burnsville, Clyde, Sylva, 
Fruitland, Murphy, and Mars Hill deserve the fullest recognition and 
most generous support. A training school to be located at Wake Forest 
has been promised, and, when established, will meet a real need. 

In contemplating the future from the view-point of the Christian 
patriot, hope centers in the rising generation. That our young men 
and young women may be true to themselves, true to the fathers, and 
true to those crises big with tremendous destiny which the world's 
mighty evolutionary movements will create, we should arm them with 
the keen and burnished weapons, as well as the strong defensive armor, 
of Christian education. North Carolina is entitled to find in each son 
and daughter, at every time of private or public crises, a valiant champ- 
ion of the right; "a warrior of truth in the ranks of the free." 
Respectfully submitted, 

H. W. Battle. 

J. J. Beach. 

M. A. Adams. 

R. L. Moore. 

F. P. HOBGOOD. 

P. S. Vann. 

W. H. H. Lawhon. 

Stinston Institute, Orum, Robeson County, N. C. ; Bloomingdale, Barns- 
ville, Robeson County, N. C. These are good Baptist schools of high 
order and doing much good. R. A. Moore. 

Pending the adoption of the report the Convention was 
addressed by W. L. Poteat, President of Wake Forest Col- 
lege. The report was then adopted. 

The President appointed C. B. Justice as the Chairman 
of the Committee to report on Obituaries next session. 

Livingston Johnson read two communications to the body, 
one bearing a fraternal message from John E. White, of 
Atlanta, former Corresponding Secretary of the Convention ; 
and the other from J. A. Whitted, bearing a message from 
the colored Baptists of the State. 



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The following resolution, offered bj P. S. Vann, was 
adopted after discussion by L. M. Curtis, R. D, Cross, W. 
C. Barrett, H. W. Battle, P. S. Vann, C. V. Brooks, K". B. 
Broughton, Baylus Cade, and John C. Scarborough : 

Whereas, The academies, high schools, and institutes, owned and con- 
trolled by the denomination in our State, are the warm supporters of 
our colleges; and realizing that our colleges are largely dependent upon 
these institutions for patronage, therefore — 

Resolved, That a special hour during our next Convention be set apart 
to receive reports of these schools, each report and discussion not to 
exceed five minutes. 

[Reconsidered — see next page.] 

On motion, the Corresponding Secretary is requested to 
convey to our colored brethren our joy because of their con- 
tinued prosperity, and our readiness to encourage them in 
every possible way. 

The Secretary reported the following reply to the message 
received this afternoon: 

To North Carolina Conference M. E. Church, South, Rocky Mount: 

North Carolina Baptists, assembled in their seventy-sixth annual 
Convention, send cordial Christian greetings. Hebrews, chapter 13, 
verses 20, 21. N. B. Broughton, Secretary. 

After announcements and a song by the Wake Forest 
Quartet the Convention adjourned. 



FIFTH DAY— The Sabbath. 

Greensboro, N. C, Dec. 9, 1906. 

Various churches of all denominations, white and colored, 
in Greensboro and vicinity were, by request and appointment, 
supplied with preaching morning and evening by members 
of tlie Convention. Several addresses were also made in con- 
nection with the Sunday Schools of the city. 

At the conclusion of the evening service in the First Bap- 
tist Church, President Jones called the Convention to order 
for participation in the closing exercises of the session. 



BAPTIST SfATE CONVENTION. 79 

On motion of John C. Scarborough, the resolution pre- 
sented last night regarding reports next session on Baptist 
Academies was reconsidered and the following resolution, 
offered by Livingston Johnson, was in lieu of it adopted : 

Resolved, That a committee be appointed, whose chairman shall be 
named at this session of the Convention, to present a report on "Denom- 
inational Schools" to the Convention at its next session, and that the 
Committee on Order of Business be instructed to provide for the recep- 
tion and discussion of the same. 

The President appointed P. S. Vann as Chairman of the 
committee called for by the resolution. 

The following resolution, presented by W. II. Reddish, 
was, after remarks by John C. Scorborough, W. R. Gwaltney, 
Thomas Hume, Henry W. Battle, and President Jones, 
adopted by rising vote: 

Resolved, That the thanks of this Convention are due, and they are 
hereby heartily tendered, to the Baptists of Greensboro, and the First 
Baptist church in particular, to the churches of other denominations 
for opening their pulpits to our preachers, to the citizens of Greensboro 
in general for their excellent and generous entertainment, to the State 
Xormal for the reception tendered the body on Saturday afternoon, to 
the newspapers of the city for their splendid reports of our proceedings, 
to the railroads for their reduced rates, to the street railway company 
for their favors, and for the many kindnesses which we have received 
upon the occasion of our seventj'-sixth anniversary. 

There being no further business, the President declared 
the Convention adjourned to meet in the First Baptist 
Churcli, Wilmington, at 7:30 p. m. on Wednesday after the 
first Simday in December — the same being December 4, 
1907. The audience then joined in singing "God Be With 
You Till We Meet Again," and the benediction was pro- 
nounecd by W. C. Tyree. 

W. K JONES, 

X. B. Brougiiton, President. 

TIiGHT C. Moore, 

Secretaries. 



APPENDIX. 



STATISTICS AND OTHER DATA. 

Compiled by Hight C. Moore, 

Statistical Secretary of the Convention. 



1. Associational Statistics and Benevolence (60 tables). 

2. Summary of Associational Statistics. 

3. Sunday School Statistics. 

4. Blanks, Contributing Churches and Per Capita Contributions. 

5. Associational Directory — Officers and Xext Meeting. 

6. Baptist Schools and Colleges in North Carolina. 

7. Woman's Missionary and Sunbeam Societies. 

8. Constitution of Woman's Missionary Union. 

9. Statistics of Southern Baptists and General Summary. 

10. Religious Census (White) of North Carolina. 

11. Colored Baptists in North Carolina. 

12. Historical Data in Baptist Mission Rooms. 

13. Historical Table of the Convention. 

14. Directory of Southern Baptist Convention. 

15. North Carolina Missionaries of the Foreign Mission Board. 

16. North Carolina Students at Southern Baptist Theological Semi- 
nary. 

17. Ordained Ministers. 

IS. Sunday School Superintendents. 
19. Statistical Summary. 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



Names of churches haviuj preaching every Sunday are printed in Capitals; those having preach- 
ing two Sundays each month are printed in italic. The name of each church not reporting a Sunday 
School is marked with a *. Churches organized within the past year are raarlied with a V Associational 
and State Missions are combined. It is undertaken to give the total contributions of the entire church 
(including Sunday School, Woman's Missionary Society, Sunbeams, etc. ) for the various objects indica- 
ted. For the statistics herewith submitted the Statistical Secretary is chiefly indebted to the Clerks of the 
respective Associations. 

ALEXANDER. 



Churches. 



Pastors. 












'J) 






■J ■a 



< 



If) ^ 



Antioch 

Bethel ; 

Bethlehem i 

Concord 

Damascus 

Dover* | 

Lebanon ] 

Liledown ^ I 

Linney's Grove* 

Little River 

Macedonia 

Mt. Olive * 

Hilgrim * 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Hill * - 

Poplar Spring 

Sulphur Spring 

Taylor Spring 

TaylorsviUe 

Three Forks 

Collections at Associ 

Total 



J. M. Shaver 

L. P. Gwaltney 

J. M. Shaver 

C. E. Beaver 

J. P. Gwaltney . 

G.Z. Bumgaruer— 
G.Z. Bumgarner.- 

L. P. Gwaltney 

J. P. Gwaltney . -. 
G.Z. Bumgaruer— 
\V. J.Bumgarner . 
W.J. Bumgarner . 

J. P. Gwaltney 

R. Lee Davis 

VV. J. Bumgaruer . 
O. A. Keller 

D. \V. Pool 

J. W.Bryant 

L. P. Gwaltney. 

J . P. Gwaltney 

ition 



37 8285 

31 245 

2 160 

4 118; S4.28 

If 212 

— 90 

2 1''2 

21 41 

16 144 

1 125 

„J 208 

25 145 

3; 123 



§26.08 

20.00 

4.60 



L85. 



12.64 
2.45. 
35.45. 



6.50. 



39 

141 

145l 

178, 

1 113' 

& 

197 



160I2.S94 



4.28. 



296.09 60.91 



S41.18 

20.00 

6.45 

4.28 

19.14 

2.45 

35.45 



»« 

15 - -1 - - - 







5.00 




45 






76 






65 


12.50 










no 


8.0o[ 1 




11 






79 


8.05 ' 





16.71 
13.60 
12.63 
10.88 

6.15 
18.75 

5.45 

1.76 
59. 15 

3. 55 
33.00 
11. £6 
38.84 

361.28 





ALLEGHANY-GRAYS 


ON-1905. 












F.Blevins 


5 


109. . .. 


: 1 










F. B. Cheek 

L. D. Vaughan 




17 












30 














52 




10.00 






10.00 




E. Blevins 




53 




4. 30 - 




1.00 


5.30 








I 




















49 

14 


j 2.00 








2.00 


















E. Blevins 




47 














F.B. Cheek . 




60 . . .. 


















35 


5.77 






2.75 


8.S 




















- - 














Total 


5 


466 




22. 07 






3.75 


25.82 




■ 


1 













S70. 53 contributed to " Missions " by Laurel Springs, Liberty, and Sparta. 

ASHE. 



Apple Grove* 
Baptist Home 
Beaver Creek. 

Bethel 

Big Flats 

Big Laurel * 



R.L.Shoaf — . 
VV. H.Michael 

Asa Brown 

Asa Brown 

P. H. Haire. 

W.H.Michael. 



8 
4 

"'8 
7 
14 


82 
58 
53 
89 
33 
68 


3.50 




5.00 
2.50 
.5.57 
2.50 
LS5 
4.50 








15.00 ... 
2.50 


i.'75 














1.50 

3.OO1 


1.00 
2.50 










. — 





8.50 

17.50 
9.82 
2.50 
4.85 

10.00 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



83 



ASHE— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


S 

CO 


3 

s 


a 



"m 

£•- 

m 


3 




60 

« 

s 

XI 

a 
o 


So 


< 


Ok 


1 




Bristol*. - 


P.H.Haire. . „ 


43 
48 
40 
96 
38 
91 
92 
35 
121 
26 
23 
60 
13 
9.S 
38 

75 
30 


81.40 
2.00 




Si. 47 


$1.18 








%\. 05 


Buffalo * 


P. H. Haire.^ 


2.70 
1.60 








4.70 


Clifton*.. .. -- .. - 


J.F.Glenn. . .. 












1.60 


Corinth * . 


G.J. Henderson... 
E.Tuckei 





















10.00 
2.15 
5.00 




2.80 
2.51 


5.15 
2.28 
6.60 








17.90 


Friendship - 


P.H.Haire 

E. Tucker . 


1 
3 








6.94 


Healing Springs * 








11.60 


Jefferson *. . . 
















E.Tucker 


1 
3 








2.84 

1.50 


82.50 
.20 




5. 34 


liong Branch* 


R.L.Shoaf. 

J.C. Blevins 

J.T.Glenn . . . 


3.00 

" rr75 

2.00 


.50 


.50 


5.70 


Mission Home*. 


2.50 
1.15 




4.25 


Mt.View *. 


W.H.Glenn 

G.J. Henderson. . - 
W.F.Carlton.. . 


1 












3 15 


New River * . ... 














Obids . . .. 


2.50 
1.50 


"Too 

.40 


5.00 
."70 


1.51 

2.00 

.66 

2.30 








9 01 


Old Fields 


Wm. M.Lee 

W. H. Michael .... 
William Fowlkes. 

J. G. Henderson 

T.J.Day 


1-1 
3 
3 




1.50 




6 00 


Peak Valley 


1.76 


Pleasant Home *.. . 








2.30 


Windfall * 


1.00 












1.00 


Zion Hill* 








"" 




















Total. 


70 


1485 


57.80 


1.90 


18.28 


55.84 


4.20 


137 97 











We have lost Brushy Fork church entirely and virtually lost Pleasant Hill church. 

ATLANTIC. 



Clbrk. 





B.C. Andrews 

J. A. Heilig 


14 

1 


34 

38 

46 

93 

50 

32 

108 

160 

15 

201 

296 

18 

48 

20 

141 

26 

24 

32 

70 

13 


6.00 
2.25 
5.00 


1.00 
3.00 
1.00 


3.00 
4.00 
1.00 


2.00 

""'iroo 

25. 00 
2.00 
1.00 
8.00 

10.00 
3.00 
103.21 
239. 54 
2.00 
2.00 


SI. 00 

5.00 

.60 


2 00 




15 00 


Bayboro 


""loo 




14 25 




9 60 


Beaufort.. 






25 00 


Capernaum * 

Christian Hope * 


I. N. Henderson 

J. B.Olive 


'"4 

1 

19 

1 

11 
18 

2 

3 

2 
6 


5.00 

2.50 

37.65 

15. 00 

6.00 

107. 40 

222. 41 

13.00 

10.00 


Loo 

.63 

28.69 
5.00 
2.00 

40.40 

199.49 

2.00 

5.00 


1.00 

ia.56 

5 00 
2.00 
41.19 
159.15 
1.00 
5.00 


1.00 


1.00 




11.00 
4 13 


Davis' .Shore . .. 


W.G.Hall. _ 


1.00 
5.00 
.3.00 
316. 87 
1.18 
1.00 
4.00 


2.00 
2.00 
1.50 
2.00 




95 90 


Enon Chapel * 

Marshal Iberg 

MoREHEAD City 

New Bern . 


K.C. Andrews 

W. G. Hall 


42:00 

17 50 


R.D.Cross 

W. A. Ayers 

J. A. Heilig 

W.G.Hall 

J.B.Olive 


611.07 

821 77 


Oriental * 

Smyrna 

Spring Hill * 


1.00 
2.00 




20.00 
28.00 


Swansboio 

Truitt * 


E. C. Andrews 


20 00 
5.00 
5.00 


5.00 
1.00 
1.00 


5.00 
1.00 
1.50 


I0.55 
2.00 


1.00 


3.00 
1.00 




44.00 
10 00 


Vandemere ... . 


J. A. Heilig . 




7 50 


Woodville* 














Piney Grove 

Mt. Hermon _. . 


E. C. Andrews..— 
J. B.Olive 


9 
2 


5.00 
1.50 


2.00 
1.50 


3.00 


2.00 
1.50 


1.00 


2.00 




15.00 
4 -50 














Total . 


93 


1465 


468.71 


299. 71 


251. 40 


414. 25 


341. 65 


20.50 





1 796 22 









BEULAH. 



Beulah 




4 
.5 


48 
40 


10.00 
10. 00 


2.50 
5.97 


2.50 
6.15 


.70 
5.00 


2.00 
5.00 


L50 
2. .55 




01 90 


Blanch. . 




34 67 


Clement ... 


D. W. I'homason.. 


5 


85 


40.00 


10.00 


10.00 


13. 65 




5.00 


82.00 


80.65 


Ephesus 


D. W. Thomason.. 


14 


213 


90.00 


35.00 


65.00 


44.00 


25. 00 


12.00 


5.00 


276. 00 


Kerr's Chapel 


S.B.Wilson 


21 


95 


20.00 


2. 50 


2.50 


2.81 


3.00 


4,00 




39.81 


Lea Bethel 


D. VV. Thomason.. 


1 


23 


7 00 


3.00 


7.00 


3.50 


2.00 


2. .50 


.75 


25.75 


Lamberth Memorial 


D. \V. Thomason.. 


4 


28 


10.00 


6.25 


8.75 


3.50 


2.50 


2.50 




33. 50 


Milton 






24 




2.60 


6.00 




1.00 


1.00 




10.60 


Providence 


S.B.Wilson 





107 


13.00 


5.00 


7.00 


2.79 


3.00 


4.00 


2.00 


46.79 


Shiloh 




5 


92 


25. 00 


10.00 


15.00 


10.80 


3. 85 


.75 




65. 40 


Trinity 


S B Wilson 


2 


44 


12 00 


5 00 


7 00 


2.03 


5.00 


1.50 




32. 58 


Thompsonville . . 


S.B.Wilson 

S.B.Wilson 


5 
11 


9 
109 










Yanceyville 


17.93 


17.00 


23.55 


9.22 


5.00 


5.00 




77.70 




Total 


82 


917 


2.54.9310.«; 99 


160. 45 


98.00 


57,35 


42.30 


9.75 


•/44. 60 











84 



X. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION". 



BLADEN. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


s 

X 


u 
<5> 


a: 

5 


s 
c 


a 
C.2 

be 00 

li 




t£ 

ci 
c 

a. 





< 


Is 

3D 







R.L.Byrd 

R.M. Hilburn 


l! 49 


818.00 
4.21 
5.00 
14.25 
4.02 
2.00 


S3. 34 
1.70 
2.00 
3.50 
LOO 
2.00 


83.42 


81.32 








826. 18 






70 






5.91 


Bethel 

Briar Branch 

Beard's Chapel * 

Centre Roads* 


A. J. Freeman 

A.D.Carter 

R.M. Hilburn 


6 

1 


75 
63 
03 
80 
71 


3.00 
2.50 
1.00 
2.00 


3.001 S2.00 
1.50 1.00 
2.00' 1-00 


S2.00 
1.50 


::: 


17.00 
24.25 
9.02 


W.M.Brisson 


10 


1..30 


LOO 


LOO 




9.50 




























1 














Elizabethtown * 


O.P. Meeks 


5 


25 


1.00 












1 00 














Galeed 


I.P. Hedgepeth 

J.W.Cobb 

R.L.Bvrd 

P. T. Brill - 


36 

■ 2 
3 


225 

85 
172 
51 


'7.' 22 
29.27 
5.00 


48.18 
2.59 
6.50 
2.00 


114.71 
6.63 
10.88 
5.25 


31.02 
4.24 
5.00 
1.00 


36.01 


10.69 


89.58 


327.95 
20.68 
61.65 
20.25 


Hickory Grove * 

Love's Grove 


5.00 
2.00 


5.00 
2.00 


"sroo 














1 


















27 
59 

101 
47 

101 


.50 


.50 


! 










LOO 








Shady Grove 


J.T.Tyuer 


7 


60.13 












60.13 






1 










Sandy Grove 


M.L.Mintz 





9.07 


6.00 


10.81 


11.22 


4.00 


6.50 





, 47.60 


While Oak 

White Lake 

Waddeli's 


W.S.Ballard 


6 


240 
137 


25.00 
10.00 


6.00 
4.00 


25.00 
5.00 


23.89 
8.00 


5.00 
2.50 


5.00 
,5.00 


"2."75 


89.89 
37. 25 












:::'! i:::"::::l_____ 










ZionHlll 


R.L.Byrd 


1 67 


5.53 


2.00 


3.60 


2.50 


i.OO 1.25 


1.5. 28 


Total 


78 1788 
lER CE 


278.06 


91.31 


193. 20 


96. 19 


60.51 


39.94 


15.33 775.45 




BR 


.EEK.l 


905. 






Antioch * 


N.T. Jarvis 

N.T. Jarvis-. . 


3 


100 
37 
62 

109 






1.35 

4.38 


■ [ 


1.35 








4.38 


Beth-1 


J. M. Current 

J. P. Gwallney . 


10 














7.31 




7.31 










N.T. Jarvi.s 

M. Walker 


3 


54 
127 

1S5 
168 

17.5 

82 

90 

83 

62 

90 

79 

158 

124 

72 

69 

261 

110 

•»7 






2.50 




2.50 








1 






J. W. Burchett 








2.65 

. 




2.65 




G. il. Burcham 

L. P. Gwallney 

J.N.Brinkley 

J.N. Briukley 

J. G. Weatherman 
J. G. Weatherman 

J.N. Brinkley 

M.Walker 

E.N.Gwyun 


4 

1 

3 

14 

14 

4 

5 






.:.: 1: 










16.00 
4.50 
3.95 
5.66 




16.00 










4.50 








1 — ■ — 


3. 95 








5.56 


















3.55 




3.55 


















9.02 
.50 
6.50 
5.71 
2.00 
6.45 
3.56 




9.02 




T.E. Redman 

W A.Mvers ,. 


5 


2.10 




2.60 












6.50 




W. A.. Myers 

A.H.Goodln 

T. A. Caudle 




2 










5.71 








1.00 






3.00 


Rock Spring * 










6.45 




W.T. Comer 

E. N.Gwynn 

D.W. Pool 


10 
4 


.50 






4.06 


Sweet Home * 






\ 










11.45 
2. '21, 

17.00 
8.90 






11.45 


Shiloh 






87 
165 
194 










2.25 


W.T. Comer 

W.T. Comer 


4 
3 

101 










17.00 




8.55 




17.43 














Total 


3110 






125.09 


12.15 




137.24 










1 i i 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



85 



BRUNSWICK— 1905. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


09 

s 

a 

03 


d 
3 

a> 

£ 




09 

c 
.2 


a 


a| 


P 

C.2 

|i 


11 
M 
C3 
P 
cS 

s: 
a 




_ a 

w 3 


CO 

as 

< 


C 35 

a 
d 

CO 





Antioch 






77 
36 
48 
68 
08 
68 
40 
94 
50 
66 
99 
116 
121 
89 
45 
94 
46 
72 
74 
94 

in 

28 


$10. 01 


S4.85 


85.23 


SJ.08 








824. 17 


Bethel 
















.S.J.Caines 

C.MIlliUin 

E.L.Swain 


4 


I 














""Too 


1.13 


"""loo 


1.00 
.5C 








2.13 


Chapel Hill 








2.50 


Elah 












Jennies' Branch 

Lebanon . 


C.P.Bullock 


' "4 


.50 
15.00 


.50 
5.57 


.50 
22.00 


2.00 
10.60 


"iaoo 


SO. 75 
4.80 




4 25 
105. 97 




D. L. Hewett 

.T. A.Mintz 

D. L. Hewett 




Lon? Branch 

Mill Creek . .. 


1.73 
4.21 
3.00 


1.60 
3.00 
2.00 


.81 
3.00 
3.00 


1.33 
1.02 
3.00 
LOO 
3.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2.60 
1.60 
4.30 


2.'oi) 


2.00 
LOO 
2.00 


:::::: 


7.47 
12.23 


Mt. Pis^ah 


D.L. Hewett 

N. Milliken 

J. A.Mintz 

tj. Milliken 

J. Harrelson 

J. A.Mintz 

G. W.>iellers 

C.P.Bullock 

^..W. Sellers 


4 

"'6 

4 

22 

2 
6 

^' 

"l5 

78 


15.00 
LOO 


New Lite 

Oak wrove 


1. 21 
1.00 
1.00 


1.00 


1.00 
1.00 


1.00 


LOO 




8.21 
3.00 


Poly Bridge- 








2.00 


Prospect 

.Seven Creeks 

Shallotte 

S'llrlier Bay 

Southport 

Town Creelt 


1. 




"•roo 


1.10 
6.50 
2.00 




3.70 


1.40 
2.00 


" 2."00 


■"""2."00 


9. .50 
14.30 


2.00 


8.00 


21.17 


2.00 








33.17 


Total- 


1594 


44.06 


29.65 


60.71 


40. 03 


ILOO 


21.15 




206. 60 













BRUSHY MOUNTAIN. 



Beaver Creek* 




62 
76 
98 
43 

158 
54 
69 
41 

230 
67 

188 

202 
66 

113 
87 
68 
17 
26 

225 
71 

130 






1.00 
10.00 
5.00 
.3.00 


4.00 
6.00 
5.00 








1.00 


Glib Creek* 

Edgewood 

Harmony* - 


D. W. Pool 

W F.Staley 

A.T. Pardue 


10 
15 


""""5."00 
5.00 


"5"00 


2.00 S3. 00 
1.00 


14.00 
26. 00 
14.00 


Lewis' Fork _ _ 


W.F.Carlton 

Geo. Bumgarner — 

L.P.Gwaltney . 

T. E. Redman 

J. f'.EUer 


3 

"2 
2 




Little Rock 

Moravian Falls 

Mt. Carmel . . . 


2.00 
5.00 
2.00 
2.83 
1.00 
2.00 

6L39 
LOO 
2.00 
1.00 

40.75 


73r50 
1.00 
LOO 


1.00 
10.00 
2.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1.00 
1.34.20 
1.00 
LOO 


LOO 
21. 34 
2.00 
6.?6 
1.00 
2. 83 
66.00 
1.00 
5.00 
1.00 




""3."00 
1.00 


..50 
LOO 


L50 
40. 34 
7.00 


Ml. Pleasant - 


9.19 


Mt.Zion .- 


Asa Brown - 


::;::: 


1.00 
LOO 

""loo 

1.00 


"i.'oo 

7.87 
1.00 


5.0c 


New Hope 

North IVilkesboro 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Home 


M. McNeill 

W. F.Staley 

"M"."Mc"NeiTf '."'. '.' ". 


24 

30 

4 


7.83 

345. 96 

6.00 

10.00 


Pilgrim* .— 


W.F. Card well- 

A.T. Pardue 

A.J.Eller 


10 
1 


2.00 


Shady Grove- _. . 




5.00 








45. 75 


South Fork* 












Stony Hill 


.LP. Eller- . 




..50 

"""6.5."00 
10.00 


"5'00 
10.00 




1.60 

5.85 

60.00 

5.00 


1.00 




.50 




3.00 


Walnut Grove 


D. W.Pool 

L. P. Gwaltney 

W. J. Bamgarner— 


9 
'"21 


8.00 

112.76 

5.70 




18. 85 


iVilkesboro 

Zion Hill _.. . 




5.00 
1.00 


""iroo 


252. 76 
22.70 








Total 


131 


2091 


209. 47 


95.50 


249. 05 


248. 99 


17.50 


15.37 


835. 88 

















BUNC 


OMBE. 
















Antioch 


W.T.Bradley 

Wm. Lunsford 


1 
37 


159 
964 
36 
43 
76 
70 
179 
100 
203 
124 
31 
143 


30.00 

502. 00 

25. 00 

1.00 

15.00 


10.00 10.00 
593.061.200.00 

23.7li 40.00 
2. .50; 5.00 
4.00, 20.00 


14.04 

1,859.29 
15. 00 
8. .50 
5.00 








64 04 


AsHEViLLR, First 

Beaver Dam * 


105. 00 




15.00 4,273.35 
- 104.71 


Bent Creek 


W. H. Hooker 

A. I. Justice 

J.H. MfCurry 

C.D.Cole 


2 
9 
6 






""6"00 


17.00 


Berea . 


50.00 


Bethel - -- 








Big Ivev 


5.48 
20.00 
46.00 

6.70 

'"""5.'00 


5.48 
22.50 
17.28 
5.00 
2.00 
10.90 


5.48 
36.30 
30.00 
6.00 
3.00 
28. 02 


8.00 

20.00 

8.00 

6.00 








24.44 


BlIiTJIORE- 


E.Allison 


1 
30 


31.60 




5.00 


13.5.40 


("n.ne Creek.-, ... 


A. I. Justice 

W. T. Bradley 


101.28 


Flat Creek 








23.70 


(hash's Creek- 


E.Allison 


6 
9 








5.00 


Hominy 


M. R.N.Caldwell . 


3.65 








46.92 



86 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION". 



BUNCOMBE— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


CD 

s 

OS 

D. 

cS 


d 

a 


5 

a; X 


DC 

c 
c 

il 


S 

= o 


o 

SB 

a 

5 
.a 

O 


. 

c 
-52 

II 
— W 


S 




i 




M. R. N. Caldwell . 
J. A. Bradley — - 


28 77 








S2.00 
4.70 
21 25 


1 




S2.00 






120 


S3. 42 


S3.no 


S5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
3.00 
5.00 


1 




16.12 


Morgan Hill 


W.T.Bradlev 

C.E.Jarvis 

J. M. Pickens 

J. A. Bradley 

E. Allison -.- 


4 


39.00 5.00 

1 5.00 

1.50 

2.50, 3.00 
5.00 






70 25 


■i\ 82 
5 51 
2: 88 


20.00 






35.00 




1 




4.50 


Pleasant Hill 


3.00 


1 




13.50 


South Black Mountain H 


6 
4 

2 
2 

1 

1.^Q 


31 

37 

32 

233 

82 

.3100 






5.00 


E. Allison. .. 


1 


1 








W.H.Hooker 

O. L.Htringfleld- — 
S.C.Owen 


1.30 

2.5.00 50.00 


27.00 
50.00 


3.16 

49.00 

5.42 






31.46 








174. 00 


White Rock 








5.42 




727.40 768.931,488.80 








Total 


2,055.36136.60 




26.00 


5. 203. 09 











CALDWELL— 1905. 





W.N.Cook 

F.C.Miller 

W.N.Cook 

J. M. Harris 

W.J. Buiugarner.- 

J.W.Harris 

W. P. Southern 

J.F'. EUer 


41 

5 
12 
3 

1 

3 


70 

103 

25 

29 

145 

99 

96 

33 

65 

.71 

8 

37 

282 

204 

174 

19 

73 

57 

74 

85 

39 

164 

164 

49 

45 

113 

29 






1.10 




1.25 




2.35 


Bethany 

Clarkes' Chapel* 

Conway's Cbapel 














""2."00 
10.91 
9.24 
9.90 


1.00 
6.30 
2.15 
15.91 







3.'o6 


2.54 


-| 


19.75 


Fleming's Chapel 


"~i2."64 






11.39 






38.45 














J.M.Payne 

J. J . L. Sherwood — 
J.Ci Bentield 














Globe 






137. 13 


56.38 






193. 51 


Hart land* 














J M. Pavne. . 








1.37 
10.25 

20. 98 
6.16 


2.10 
9.34 
12. 71 

'""L57 

.26! 

1.10 

9.10 


5.05 
15.00 
5.00 


S1.85 

1. 95 

15.00 


5.32 


King's Creek 

Lenoir 


J. W. Thomas 

G.H. Church 

J. M. Shaver 

J. F Shell 


29 

28 

4 


30. 32 2. 15 

94.98i 15.60 

6.26^ 


49. 00 

174. 27 

17. 42 






1.57 




J G. Bentield . 




''-'nt::::: 


1.66 








3.34 


Mt.Ziou — 


I.J. McGinuis 

L. C. King 


9 
31 
11 








1.10 






14.00 
2.85 

a 00 
3.45 









23.10 




I.C.Miller 

J. A. Rector 


14. 16 


17.01 




1.00 
2.00 
6.60 








1.75 


Sardi.s , 


J.M.Harris 






1.75 






6.75 















10. 05 




D.L.Miller 

J. A. Rector 

James Franklin __ 
I.W.Thomas 


6 
7 

'"'2 


" 1 










.50 


1.40 


' 




1. W 


Wilson's Creek - _ 




1 






Yadkin 


2.59 .80 


1.76 


1.91 


1.35 1.27 




9. 68 


Total - 


205 


2352 


162.37 '.8.55 


2.37.01 


130.83 


31.94 20.07 


600.77 



















CAPE FEAR-COLUMBUS— 1905. 









14 
156 
57 


1 

2.00 


.61 








2.61 


Bogue Chapel 

Boardman * 


A.H.Porter 

M. .•\. Stephens 


32 


8. 88 2. 30 
3. 00 2 00 


15. 25' 4. 27 

5.00, 6.00 
1 1.00 

1.00 1.00 
66. 68; 13. 62 

6.571 1.00 

6.00 


2.25 
3.00 


1.65 




84.60 
19.00 


China Grove 


R. W.Caines 

R. L. Bvrd 


1 


89| 1.66 1.66 
22 4.70 1.00 
85 5.00 .5.5.49 
641 8.90 2.43 
197, 5. 00 






3.00 


Clarkton 








7.70 




F.T. Wooten 

A.. I Freeman 

C.Stanlv 

J.G.BIalock 

C.Stanley 


4 
4 

12 
9 

12 









140. 79 


Cheerful Hope 

Cherry Grove 








18.90 








11.00 


Cross Roads 

Corinth 


177 
75 
98 
108 
140 
67 
115 
138 
99 


26.23 21.02 
2.21 3.00 
1 


105.50! 20.50 

5.171 2.22 

1 _. 


5.20 


3.00 




181. 45 
12.60 


Cedar Grove 












Goshen Chapel 




1 
5 


.50' 1.00 

6.17 3.10 

.50 


1.00' 1.00 

2.45J L35 


.50 


.50 
2.21 




4.50 


Griffin's X Roads. 

Hinson's X Roads 


A.E.C. Pittraan... 


15.28 


Livingston 

Mt.Sinai*. 


W.S.Ballard 

J.W.Todd 


n 

15 


8.06 1.50 


2.06 2.06 


3.05 


1.44 




18.17 


Mt.Zion 


A. L.Byrd 


6. 23 2. 22 


5.80 4.07 
2.671 1.00 
4.00 


2.00 


1.38 




21.70 




M. Prigden 

G.F.Stanley 


10 


I'M 




3.67 


Mt. Tabor 


5 194 


4.00 4.00 


4.00 






20.00 



ASSOCIATIOXAL STATISTICS. 



87 





CAPE FEAR-COLUMBUS 


—Continued. 












Churches. 


Pastors. 


to 

S 

a 
ce 

m 


3 

Oi 

s 


w 

a 
.2 ■ 

m 


o 
52 




ill) 

c3 

a 

c3 

p. 


■3.2 
11 

M 3 


< 


Ox 

2 c 
•g.2 

03 


i 
g 




A.H.Porter 




131 
158 
172 
31 
116 
73 
87 
108 
133 


82.18 
5.57 
4.17 


$0.70 

2.23 

3.67 

.35 


81.09 

9.40 

47. 45 

.55 




80.50 
2.92 
1.56 




83.77 




A.H.Porter 

F.T. Wooten 

W. R. Caines . 


3 




83.45 
7.00 


'84775 


23. 57 


Spring Branch 

Pleasant Hill 


68.55 
.90 


Palmyra 


G. W. Stanly 




2.15 
5.00 


"2743 


2.15 




4. .30 


Piney Forest 

Porter Swamp * 

Smyrna 

Sweet Home 

Silent Grove* 


F.T Wooten 




2.00 
1.00 
3.50 
3.15 


2.26 

.75 

1.75 

3.00 


2.54 

1.00 

11.87 

7.00 


14.23 


K. Barnes _ 


^' 






2.75 


J.G. Blalock. . 


1.35 
4.00 


1.35 

. . _ 


'iroo 




19.72 


D.L.Hewitt 


8 


21.15 


Whiteviile 

Williamson's X Roads— 
Western Prong 

Whith Marsh* 


J.G.BlaloolJ 

A. E.C. Pittman... 
W.S.Ballard 


;;;; 


102 
85 
195 
106 
24 


20.40 
3.44 
6.95 
3.32 


40.75 
2.10 
6.16 


21.30 
2.79 
7.25 
2.58 
1.15 


55. 17; 5. 00 
3.04 

7.53' 2.28 


2.00 




144. 62 
11.37 
33.68 
5.90 


Union Chapel 


A.H.Porter 


3 









1.15 














Total. _. .... 


137 


3635 


143. 06 


163. 78 


345. 12 


149.25 34.80 


30.82 




866. 83 















CAROLINA. 



Bat Cave.. 


E.Jackson 

H. R. Freeman 

R. Hudgins. . . 


i 


70 
64 

83 

242 

119 

181 

101 

152 

101 

74 

329 

66 

SO 

169 

S7 

V& 

149 

46 

45 

1S8 

103 

203 

33 

66 

134 




3.00 


5.50 
2.50 


5. .50 
3.00 




1 






11.00 


Bear Wallow. 


1.41 






9.91 










Beulah 


J. L. Brookshire.— 

R.F.Hamilton 

R. F. Hamilton 

Geo. Wharton 

Geo. Wharton 

J.E.Sentell 

0. L. Orr 


28 
9 
12 

1 

3 
53 

i 
"I 

2 


2.43 


4.00 


2.50 
1.40 


3.00 




3.00 


14. 93 






1.40 


Crab Creek 














Ehenezer . 


""io.'oo 


1.50 
15.10 


""i5."o5 


3.00 






4.50 


Fruit land 

Green River 


6.50 

.70 

2 .50 






41.60 
.70 




1.00 
29.16 


2.50 

26.16 

2.00 


5.00 
87.15 






11.00 






17. 20' 1 




159. 67 


Holly Springs 

Locust Grove 


R. F. Hamilton 

R. P. Corn ._ 


.._ ....r:_:..i:::: 


2.00 




j j 






Mt. Marial 

Mountain Home 

Mud Creek . _ 


J. L. Brookshire 

J. L. McCarson 

O. L. Orr „ 


5.00 
""2^.50 


6.00 
2.00 
2.50 


5.00 
2.'00 


.3.50: i 

2.001 I 




19. 50 
4.00 
7.00 


Mill's River ... 


O.L.Orr 

R. Hudgins 


2. .50 








2.50 


Middle Fork . 






4.00 
3.15 








4.00 


Mountain Valley 

Ml. Gi Head. 


W. A. Morris 

H. R. Freeman 

W. A. Morris 

C.D.Cole 

0. L. Orr . 


13 
5 

11 
5 
3 
1 

"io 






4.15 
10.00 
10.00 

4.00 








7.30 










3.00 


13.00 


Oak Grove 












10.00 


Pleasant Hill 


2.00 

"'i6ro5 

3.00 
2.50 


2.00 
2.00 
6.00 
3.00 
3.00 


2.00 
2. .50 
10.50 
3.00 
2.50 








10. 00 


Stony Mountain . _ 








4. .50 


Saluda . 


A. I. Justice 

T.H. Posey 

J.L. Brookshire 


.5.00 
3.00 


j„ 




31.55 


Salem 






12.00 


Shaw's Creek 


. 




8.00 










Total 


204 30^0 


70.64 


85. 7b 


149. 20 


78. 4S 






6.00 


390. 06 








1 









CATAWBA RIVER. 














Abie's Chapel 

Antioch 

Bethany . 


A. P.Bumgardner 

I.W. Thomas 

J. A. Rector. 


"l2 


45 
135 
41 

38 
29 
23 
51 
142 
19 
74 
.53 
48 


1.00 
5.00 


1.00 
3.55 


1.00 
10.00 


2.00 
14.30 


'10^38 


"iro5 


— 


5.00 
44.28 


Bethel.. .. 


J. A. Rector 

P. J. Shell 

R. L. Patton 

Cicero Queen 

P. J. Shell ... 


2 
41 

.... 


















Bridgewater 


""'i."50 

12.00 

4.00 

2.00 

1.00 


1.50 

"loo 

4.00 
1.00 


L50 

2roo 

12.00 
5.00 
2.00 


22.51 

2'00 
1.5.00 

.5.00 
10.71 

3.00 

2.00 








25.51 


Connelly Springs' 

Corinth 








5r.50 


Enon _ 








40.00 


Glen Alpine. 


A. H. Wyncoop ... 

S.C.Bennett 

B.F.Newton 








18.00 


Hopewell 









15.71 


Hall's Grove . . 








2.00 


Jonas Ridge 


J. M. Harris 


2 




10. OQ 









12.00 



88 



X. C. BAPTIST STATE COXVENTIOX. 





CATAWBA RIVERr-Contlnued. 












Churches. 


Pastors. 


1 
P. 


d 
3 

S 

£ 


X 

a 
c 

-J} 


a 



M 


n 
fl.2 


a 
c 

a 

O 


c 
■32 

11 
« s 


2 

m 

< 


■S.2 

CO 





Mull's Chapel 


H.C.Harrill 

A. H. Wyncoop 

R.L. Patton 

W. F. Powell 

Cicero Queen 

R. L. Pat-ton 


....1 44 
—J 43 

3 60 
21 239 

1 81 


S2.00 
1.00 
5.00 

60.00 
1.00 

20.00 


"sro5 

29.04 


SI. 00 
.5.00 

10.00 

157. 03 

2.00 

45. 00 


S2.00 








S5 00 


Mull's Grove 








6.0C 


Mountain Home.. 


25. 00 

181.65 

2.00 

52. 26 








41 00 


MORGAN'TON-- 








427. 72 


Mt. Gilead 








5 00 


North Catawba 




148 
139 
75 








117.26 


Oak Grove. 


P. J. Shell 












Olive Grove 


Cicero Queen 

W.F.Hull . 


5 


1.50 
5.00 
3.00 


"2roo 

2.00 


1.50 
1.5.00 
10.00 


3.55 
15 00 








6.o5 


Pleasant Hill .. 


14 161 
2 99 




1 

Si. 00 


37 00 




Julius Pruitt 

\V. B.Muli - 


10.00 


26 00 


Shoup's Grove 




106 

19Q 






J. M. Harris 

L. A. Rogers 

W. B. Mull - 


2 


5.00 
2.50 
1.50 
2.00 
1.00 
2.00 
2.77 


2.55 
2.00 

"i.'oo 

2. .55 
"1.1.5 




1.5. 00 
2.50 

4.^00 
6.00 
2.00 
6. .50 


12. 00 


i. 42 


85 42 


St. John's. 


1 84 


3.00 
.5.00 
.5.00 
14.00 
3.00 
5.00 




10.00 


St. Paul 


2 
2 


120 
62 
108 
197 
35 






6 50 


Wilkie's Grove 


L. A. Rogers 

P.J. Shell . 






12.00 


Zion 






23 55 


Zion Hill 


Cicero Queen 

A. P. Bum^ardner 


7 
118 






7 00 


Zoar 




1.00 


16.52 


Total 


2628 


141. 77 


54.89 


826. 03 


412.43 10.38 


4.47 


949. 97 









C 


EDAR CREEK. 










Beaver Dana 

Bladen Union... 

C-\PE FE.A.R 

Cedar Creek 

Cumberland 


D. L. Hewelt 

R.X. Cash well . 

A. E.C. Piltinau 

J. E. Smith 

J.E.Smith .- 


1 

\ 

6 


112 
146 

60 
2.50 

76 


.5.70 5.00 
12. 15 9. .50 

8. 75 5. 32 
37.40 16.76 
19. .59 10.00 
23. .39 10.00 
20.00 11.02 
2.3.00 12.00 

3. 8S 1. 65 

7. 00 2. .50 
16. 67 6. 14 

9.30 4.00 

2. 90 . .50 
23. a5 5.00 

.3.00 


7.00 
1.5. 00| 

.5.00 
2.S.06' 

9.5."55' 

10. 65! 

20. 00 
1. 82: 
5.00, 
3.00: 
4.001 
.2.5' 

12.00| 


4.00 

13. 77 

16.76 

84. 20 

10.00 

62. 76 

16.10 

20. 00 

4.37 

.5.00 

10.00 

7.00 

1.00 

15.00 


1 

-"Ilir'Ilrllllll 

1 9.12 

1 2.60 

1 5.45 

j 8.00 


21.70 
50.42 
37.10 
12.5.54 
42 49 


Great Marsh 

Green Springs 

Hope Mills 


T.J.Baker 

T.J.Baker 


8 


208 
1.58 
131 
151 

80 


196. 60 
60.77 


T.J. Raker 




75.00 




J.J. HalL. 




j 1.64 


18.36 


Lebanon 


J.J.Hall 

M. A. Stephens .-.. 

A. E.C. Pittman 

D. B. Humphreys. 

J.M.Gibbs 

U. R. Humphreys. 
J. W. Watson 


3 


19.50 


Mt. Gilead 

Mt. Pisgah 

Tabernacle . . 


2 99 
8 128 

3 35 
6 180 

14 


1 3.00 


88.81 
24.30 


1 


4.65 


Mousey Hill 


1 


55. 85 


Manchester 




3.00 


Rockfish 




138 
58 
80 
S5 
16 
.53 


14.10 10.35 
13.00 10.00 

""14.18 "l."85 
2. 00 


11. 63i 
20.06' 


25. 00 
18.00 


iiiiii," 5r55ii"" 

. i 


61.08 


Rozier 


R. N.Cashwell . 




61.06 


Sharon . 








Shiloh 


R.T. Bvrd 

J.M.Gibbs 


2 




■ 1 


17.08 


Union Springs 


2.00 


Evergreen . .. . 


\V. R.Johnson 


3 


1.40 .50 


1.00- 




1 


2.90 


Cedar KalH 






1 j 












1 






Total 


51 2258 


251. 36 133. 04 


239. 47 


257. 96 


1 .31.08 


912.91 









CENTRAL. 



Bay Leaf 

Bethany * 

Bethlehem 

Brassflelds 

Falls 

Flal Rock 

Fore.stville 

FVunklinlon 

Olea Ro)/aU 

Harris' Chapel 

Hopkiii's Chappel . 

Midway 

Mt. Olivet 

Mt. Vernon 



J. W. Atkinson— 

S.J. Betts 

T.C.Sinelelon ... 
A. C;. Sherwood... 

A. V. Joyner 

A. A. f'ippin 

J.M.HiUiard 

T. B.Jn.stlce 

J. D. Morris 

A. A. Pippin 

C.C. Williams 

C. E. Gower 

G. VV. Coppedge.. 
W. R.Cullom 



95 
96 
57 
110 
41 102 
9 291 
4| 92 
5: 144 
14| 61 
15' 101 
8 152 

8 97 
16 77 

9 176 



9.00 

8.00 

8.00 

32.00 

2. 85 

15. 75 

H. 83 

28.00 

3.00 

8.50; 

8.00 

6.00 

8.00 

45. CO 



6.50 
5.00 
3.00 

10.00 
2. 9' 

51. 48 
6.67 

10.00 
3.00 
2.50 
1. .50 
6.00 
1.00 

20.00 



7.00, 
15.03: 
10.00, 
20. 00; 

22. 0()' 
14.01 
20.00 
3.00' 
2. .50! 
.5.00 
7.00 
1..50 
20.00 



8.00, 

7.00 

10.00 

20. 00 



5.00 



5.00 
2.14 



3.00 
2.00 
3.00 
10.00 
.92 

16.95' 

11.. SO 
100. 00 
3.20 
10.00 
8.00 2.50 

.5.00 i 1.80 

3.00 1..50 

26.00, 10.00 10.00 4.25 



2.01 
5.00 



5.43 
5.00 



.36. .50 
37.03 
34.00 

102.00 
11.11 

106. 24 
51.25 

168.00 
12.20 
21.19 
25.00 
25.80 
10.00 

135.25 



ASSOCIATIOXAL STATISTICS. 



89 



CENTRAL-Continued. 



Churches. 



New Bethel 

New Hope 

Oak Grove 

Oak Ridge 

Perry's Chapel 

Rai.eigh— First. 

Rooky Ford * 

Rolesville 

Samaria 

.Stony Hill 

Wake Forest 

Wake Uuion * 

Wake Cross Roads 

^Vest Raleigh 

Woodlaud 

Yoiiugsville 



Total. 



Pastors, 



W. R. Beaoh 

J L. Martin 

J. D.Morris 

J. W. Sledge 

T.B. Justice 

W.C.Tvree 

G.W.Holmes--. 

W. R.Cullom. 

J.M. Hilliard.— 
J. vv. Atkinson.. 

J. W. Lynch . 

J. D. Morris 

J. M. Hilliard 

R. S. Stephenson 
J. W.Atkinson... 
T.B. Justice 



a 
_§_ 

13: 
115 

177| 

.5B 

4' 124 

49 6«S 

,...| 41' 

14, 3« 

... 40 

Ij 97 

HI 24i; 

-I < 

6 133 

— 28: 

1 117| 
10 140 



M 






a^' 


a 




a 


a 3 


tB 




I' J5 












•3 1 


|i 


^^ 


o^ 


a 1 


3Q 


h. 


O 














So. 00 So. 00 
19.5(3 4, 
8.60 10.00 

l.OOl 

21.66, 8.-37 
741. .52 803. 79: 

"59^95; 51."00 

4." 00! 1..50 
300.54149.1 

6.00 3.00 

6. 50 2. 50 
12.50, 10.50 

2.00 1.50 
23.50 12.75 



So. 00 
13. .35 
11.40 
1.00 
16.05' 
876.111 



S^o. 75 S2.00 S2.00 

16. 99 I 2. 25 

10.00 5.00'. 

1.50 I 

41.67 3.00, 2.55 
395.06101.511 17.81 



218,41411,395.76119593 

I I 



S24.75 

56. 40 

45.00 

3.50 

S50. 66 2, 960! 80 

"l64."66, ""45."o6 "l."66 166 IZI~ir'276'95 



1.50 
116. 7.5 
3. 00| 
2. .50 
11.50! 
3. 501 
23.001 



2. .50 1. 50; 

207.34 68.25 

5. 00 2. 00 



7.a> 

5.00 

6.00 

10. 00 



2. .50 
5.00 
1.50 
5.00: 



1337. 99 988. 26 241. I9| 74. 20 47. 39 5, 280, 72 



1.00 
' 10.00 



1.02. 
7. 65 . 



3.00 



1.00, 13.00 
852. 03 
19.00 
22.52 
oi. 15 
14.50 
77.25 



S750i 



iven for City Mi.sslons by Raleigh First is not included above. 
CHOWAN. 



Ariel 

Bal'ard's Bridge 

Helhnven 

Eerea .... 

Bethel II.-III 

Beulah 

Blackwell Memor'l 

Center Hill 

Chappell's Hill ' 

Coin jock * 

Collington * 

Columbia 

Cool Spring " 

Corinth 

Creswell * I"" 

E'^'enezer 

Edexton S.SJS. 

Elizabeth City. .Ill" 

Eureka 

Gatesville "I.I 

Geneva 

Great Hope IIII 

Gum Neck* ~ 

Hertford ~..l 

Macedonia I 

M.\XTEO 

Middle Swamp "_ 

Mt. Pleasant 

Mt. Sinai* 

Mt.Zion* '_'.' " 

Moyock * ~_ 

N. Mattamuskeet * 

Oak Ridge... 

Olivet I_ 

Pantego* 

Pleasant Grove * 

Poplar Branch 

Powell's Point * 

Providence 

Ramolh Oilead ~ 

Rehoboth 

Reynoldson II! 

■Riverside 



M.L.Green 

J. O. Alderman... 
Duncan McLeod. 

P. S.C.Davis 

J. W. R)se 

Josiah Elliott 

Josiah Crudup.._ 

Josiah Elliott 

Josiah Elliott 



N. P.Stallings... 

J. B. Harrell 

S.P. Brlstow ... 

J. B. Fere bee 

jiFlVineTIIIIIII 
Josiah Elliott - 

W. B. \Vafl 

J. B. Ferebee 

Josiah Elliott... 



I 47 

27 456 

7: 38 

10 306 

55: 303 

14, 119 

14 333 

... 160 

157 

1 44 



17 160 

402 

19 214 

"6r2l8 

6| 243 

30 608 

12 160 

162 

47 

92 



6.00 
60. 00! 

8.00' 
15. 00' 

22.001 
15. 00 
21.00 
20.00! 
20. OOi 



2. 00 2. 00 
30. 00 80. 00 
3. 00' 5. 00 



10. 00, 
10. 00 
10.00 
13.00 
10.00 



10.00 
15. 00 
41.00 
14.00 
15. 00 



.3. .30 
28.16 
17 



T.S. Crutchflerd. 
W.B. Waff ...... 

T. G. Wood 

Josiah Elliott... 
J.Q. Alderman.. 

N. P..StaTungsIII 
J. B. Ferebee 



S. F. Bristow 

S.Chaplin 

Duncan McLeod. 
•S.F. Bristow 



.1. B. Ferebee... 

R. R. Over by 

L. C. Brickhouse . 

W. B. Waff 

P. S.C.Davis 



1 1.58 

2l| 170 
12| 46 
14 161 
-.1 97 
49 
43 
46 



15. 25 5. 00 
25.00 1.5.00 
20.00 6.00| 

"i5."66, T12 ' 

100.31: 33.64' 
70.00121.80 
1.5.00; 8.00; 
20.00 12. .53! 
4. 00 2. 00' 
4.00! 



10.00 
25. 00 



5.00 



1.5. 61 
.5.00 

24. 78 
5.(10 
5.00 
9.81 
5.00 



2.00 



7 


1.00 


65 


.5.(X) 


97 


5.00 


"76 


5.00 


210 


30.00 


107 


5.00 


227 


31. 73 


27 


5.00 



20. 00; 
10.00; 
7. 15 
10.00 

"2.'.56 
2.00 
3.O0I 



87.61 
450. 00 

33 

1.5.00 
2.00 
5.00 

""lo.'so 

20.6*f 
5.10 

30.21 
.5.00 
2. .50 
2.00 
5.00 



10.08 
31. 25 
25. 00 
24.00 
22.00 



13.89 



10.00 



4.00 



.50; 



.50 



3.00, 



5.00 
10.00; 



25. 00 
4.00! 



5.00 



5.00 
25.15 



31.00 
4.00 



56. 16 
166. SO 
25. 00 
18.41 
2.00 
4.00 

"I8l66 

10. 15 
10.00 
35.00 

""'2.'50 
1.00 



2O.OOI 10.00 

1 



7.00 
4.00 



5.00 
8.00 



5.00 
"5."66 



20. 25 
4.00 
10. 00 

'"2I66 

ioI66 

6.68 

1166 
"3I66 



3. .58 
4.00 
10.00 
4.00 
4.00 



2.00 



11.00, 



3.00 

1166 



1.00 1.00 



5.00 . 
2.00 



5.00 
10.00 



31. 25 



3.00 



10.00 

i6I66 



5.04 
15. 00 

1.'66 

3.00 
2.00 
2.00 

"8l66 

3.00 

"3I36 



.50 



13. 50 
228. 16 
37.00 
15. 00 
62.66 
90.25 
107.00 
80.00 
79.00 



2.00 



2.00 



9.00 
5.00 



.3.00 



52.14 
65. 00 
50.00 

""23I16 
242. 72 
t2S.S5 
89.25 
78.94 
12. 00 
25. 00 

"ee.'so 

66.12 
27.25 
107. 29 
10.00 
15. 50 
1.5. .31 
13.00 



5.00 



6.00 

4.00 

2.00 

10.00 

20. 00 

""34".'66 
90. 15 
5.00 

131.98 
13.00 



90 



X. C. BAPTIST STATE COXVEX^TION. 



CHOWAN— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


S 


3 

.o 

g 
o 


a, 




Oi 

a 



no 

a 
C.S 

El, 


6 

OS 

s 

c3 

a 
0. 

u 




d 

li 


ll 

< 


«r 

2a 


1 ' 


Roanoke Isl.^nd 

Rockyhock 

Roper * 


T.G.Wood 

J.W.Rose 

J. W. Nobles 


15 


114 
4.59 
20 


S12. 09511. 32 
50.00 32.00 


$7. 63 
45.68 


819.50 

30.06 

2.00 


$5.55 


■«7ro8 




850. .54r 

170. 37 

2 00- 


Rose Bay * _. 










Salem . 


P. S.C.Davis 

J. O. Alderman 

N.J.Allen . 


20 
10 

9 
13 

4 


173 
321 
282 
1.58 
303 
238 
71 
441 
9 
183 
164 
1.56 


11.50 5.00 

20.00 

20.00 10.00 
10.00 3.00 
3,5 00 1ft in 


.5.00 
18.00 
15. 00 
12.00 
15.00 


10.00 

'"24."27 
.5. .50 

2.5.00 
5.00 
1.00 

20.00 


"loroo 

25. 00 
3.00 
10.00 


5.00 

"Too 

3.50 
5.00 


-- - 


36 .50 


Sandy Cross * 


48 00 


Sawyer'.s Creek 


99 27 


Shady Grove 

Shiloh 


J. B. Ferebee 

S F Bristow 


37.00 
100.00 
21 00 


Sound Side.- 


N. P.Slallings 


16.00 
3. 00 
15.25 

""2aoo 
10.00 
1.5.00 




South Shore*-. . 


1.00 
6.56 
1.35 

12. 00 
.5.00 

15.00 


1.50 
3.23 

"'"20. 00 
■5.00 
1.5.00 


1.00 
5.00 






7 50 


Warwick _ .. . 


J.W.Rose 


5.00 




.55 04 


Whale's Head 


1 35 


Whiteville Grove 

U'oodville 

Yeopim 


J. 0. Alderman 

S. F. Bristow 

J. \V. Rose 


:::: 


16. 10 5. 00 

8. 18 

15. 00 5. 00 


3.00 
3.00 
3.00 




76. 10 
31. 18 
• 68.00 


Total 


412 


9010 


877.33 512.47 


1,133.54 


770.61 


207.48151.25 


18.00 3.670.68 



EASTERN. 



Alum Springs*. _ . . 


D.S.Kennedy 

J. B. Newton 


4 


13 
15 
111 
106 
147 
69 
20 
240 
58 
159 
21 


13.60 .— . 
1.00 




2. 00 




15 60- 


Alpine.. .. ... 






1.00 


Bethel* 

Beulah . 


J. L. .Stewart 

D. S. Kenned J' 

T.J.Hood 

R.C.Sandling 

J.M.Page 


4 

5 

32 
4 


42.00, 11.60 

16.35' 3.72 

40.00: 2.50 

4.00' 1.00 


18.00 
4.10 
7.50 
1. 00 


11.25 6.21 
19.85 


5.65 


94.71 
44 02 


Bear Marsh 

Boykin's Chapel* 

Boulah Chapel*. . .. .. 


7. .50 2. .50 
2. 00 1. 00 

1 


2.50' 

1.00 

( 


62. 50 

10. oa 


Clinton 

Concord 

Corinth 

Cedar Fork* . 


J. M.Page 

T.L.Brown 

T.L. Brown 

J. H. Booth 


21 
5 
24 


47.66 34.1.5 

20. 65 5. 19 

57. 59 6. 00 

2. 00 2. 00 


32.80 
14. 40 

28. 98 
2.00 


50.2.5 20.00 

15.38 2.50 

20. 10 5. 00 

.70 

1 . 


11.50 

2.50 

5.00 


19(!. 36 

60. 62 

122. 67 

6 70 


Centre* . . 


H.Carter 






Dobson's Chapel 

Delway 

Ebenezer.. „ . 


J. M. Alderman .. . 

T.L Brown :.. 

R.C.Sandling . . 


9 


78 

47 

28 

39 

157 

221 

51 

1.57 

77 

77 

67 

137 

183 

25 

174 

161 

127 

75 

47 

44 

52 

104 

81 

172 


33.00 .5.00 
49.40 13.00 

3. 62 

13.00; .5.00 
18 -oo! 2.00 

40.001 10.00 
6.05 2.90 

100.00 13.79 
26.001 S.OO 
35.00; 10.00 
4.00; 3.00 
19. 50 . - 


5.00 

21. a5 

2. 32 

5.00 

7.00 

5.00 

4.12 

21. 39 

20. 38 

10.00 

3.00 


6.00, 2.50 

31.. 52 10.05 

9.84' 


2.50 

5.35 

! 3.00 


54.00 
130.37 
IS. 48 


F.'iison ._ _ _ 


J. •■.Page 

J. H. Booth 

W. B. Kivenbark-. 

J.A.Smith 

T.L.Brown 

C.M.Rock _. 


2 

26 
1 
5 
5 


5.00 

14.00! -. 

1.5.00: 5.00 

6.(i0; 1.70 
112.62 6.74 

21.00 

13.24 5.00 
1.00 

3. .50 4.09 
24.71 10.00 

l8.'25 "5' 00 

36.75; 3.00 
8.8:3 1.06 
8.571 5.00 
5.00 3.00 
7.50I 5.00 
,5.00; 1.00 

12.00; 3.00 
.5. 00 I. 00 

11.30^ 5.50 


5.00 

4.50 

5.00 

.70i 

5.00 

1.00: 

3.00' 

1.00 

1.711 

10.00, 7.50 

"5^001 "IIII 
3.7.5' 

1.0)5; 

1.2.5 

2.00 

2.50I 

1.001 

.3.10 2.00 

1.00 

5.00' 


00 00 


Hallsville 

Island Creek 

Ivanhoe 

Johnson's ... 

Kenansville _ .. .. .. . 


4.5.50 
80.00 
22. 07 
259. 54 
76.38 


Lisbon 

Maple Hill 

Mt. Gilead 


T. L. Brown 

J. H. Booth 

J. M. Alderman ... 

R. G. Kendrick 

J. B. Newton 

C.M.Rock - . 


1 
17 

12 
5 


76.24 
12.00 
2S.80 


Mt. Olive 

Mt.Zion 

Magnolia. 


62.00i 26.60 

1.00, 1.00 

10.00, 12.30 

4.5.00 3.00 

S.OO, 3.00 

7. 00 1. 2"i 

5. 00 5. 00 

31.00 3.00 

4. 00 2. 00 

31.00 4.00 

12. 00 2. 00 

36. .50 10.00 


26. 00 
1.00 

58.10 

7.5.00 
■3.00 
2. 50 
5.00 
3.00 
2.00 
4.00 
2.00 

65.00 


166.81 

3.00 

lOS. 65 


New Hope 

Piney Grove 

Poplar Grove 

Rowan _.. 


J. M. Alderman 

J.L.Stewart 

J.M.Page 

J.M.Page. — - 


13 

6 

24 

25 


166. ,50 
24. 95 
2.1.57 
2,5.00 


Rose Hill 


J.T. Albritton. _ 


52.00 


Sharon 

Siloam 

Spring Vale . 


J. H. Booth 

J. M. .\lderman — 


8 
15 


1.5.00 
,59. 10 
23. 00 


Warsaw 


CM. Rock 




133.30 






273 




Total 


3330 


844. 92 212. 00 


4.59. 64 


.509.96115.85 

1 


98. .57 12.50 


2,2.53.44 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



91 



ELKIN-1905. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


a 
"S. 


s 


a 


03 


a 



c 
he's 

li 


d 

C3 

a 
a. 

5 


a 
11 

05 3 

1^ 


as 

OkrH 

< 


Sun. School 
Missions. 

Total. 




J.N. Barker 

G. M. Bureham 

M. McNeill 


"n 


29 




1 









2.50 
50 
59 
87 
86 

167 
82 
35 


























J.M. Barker 

W. W. Mvers 

J. W.Brvant 

A. T. Pardne 


1 

4 
3 














Pleasant Hill 












l. _. 


Pleasant Home 












1 




1 






1 


White Plains 


L. B.Murrv ! 


i 




^____ 






J. R. Jolly 


















W.T. Comer 


6 




1 -_- _- 










98 










Collection ai Associat 
Total 








S7. 00 : 


i2. 87 


S9.87 














''5 


943'- -- - - . - - J 7.00. .. 1 2.87!- - 


9.87 































FLAT RIVER. 
















Amis' Chapel 

Autioch - .-_-.-.. 


P.H.Fontaine . 

B.D.Thames 




184 

95 

221 

6b 

44 

129 

119 

58 

16 

150 

137 

71 

196 

186 

271 

138 

65 

275 

197 

241 

48 

397 

106 

112 

97 

145 

105 

110 

118 

113 

72 

87 

193 


S14.00S11.35 
9.92 5.311 
38.00 11.90; 
5.00 5.O0I 
3.20 2.75i 
7. 39 9. 47 
5. 00 5. 30 
8.37, 6.36 


$30.00 
7.00 

161.18 
5.28 
5.00 
22.50 
5.95 
7.95 


67. 55 
7.00 
202. 31 
5.33 
7.00 
4.71 
16.95 
30.30 


"$6730 







122. 90 
35.53 


Bel hel 

Bethanv 


P. H.Fontaine. 

J. A.Stradlev- — 


18 




'si7oo 




413.39 
21.61 


Bullock.. _ . 


R. H. Marsh 




17.95 


Corinth 

Concord . 


H.T. Stevens 

L. L. Hudson 

A . C. Sherwood 

R. H. Marsh 


5 
2 
5 


1.50 


1.15 




46.72 
33.20 


Creed more 

De.xter H 


3.00 


3.67 




59.65 


Enon 

Fellowship 

Florence Avenue 

Grassy Creek 

Hester's 

Island Creek 

Knap of Reeds 

Knott's Grove. 


R.H. Marsh 

J. A. Stradley 

T. \V. Hart 

P.H.Fontaine 

R. H. Marsh . 


2 

9 

25 


18.66 
12.25 
15.17 

6.75 
15. 66 
10.72 
16.00 

.3.40 
70.00 
28. 67 
14. 35 

1.00 
110.27 


19.26 
7.13 
4.55 
2.&3 

8.85 
9.89 
8.70 

"so.'oo 

23. 97 
10.50 
1.00. 
194.25 


25.42 

6.00 

14.21 

18.30 

15.00 

69.83 

16.63 

7.85 

251.00 

34.47 

5.5.00 

"228."63 
2.25 
2.86 
2.00 
4.64 

26.10 
1.00 

50.00 

42.08 
4.00 
7.50 

10.45 


74.72 
44.00 
3.82 
17.73 
19.01 
22. 65 
29.60 


6.60 

""796 

"§785 
9.71 


10.00 
1.60 
2.54 
3.09 
4.55 

"1730 


25.46 

""1725 
7.09 


180.12 
70. 9S 
42. 5(^ 
55.29 
66.92 


H.T.Stevens 

E.R.Harris 

J. D. Morris 

G.T. Watkins 

J. B Weathers poon 

A. V. Joyner 

J.H.Gordon 

A. B.Dunaway 

J.W.Atkinson 

J. R. Pace 


19 
3 
3 

27 
9 
3 
6 
7 

14 


122. 80 
75.23 
11.25 


Mill Creek 

Mt.Zion. 

Mountain Creek 


63. 09 
50.00 

""""5."00 

174.00 

7.02 

2.43 

8.00 

9.00 

4.60 

.60 

93.20 

2.88 

2.19 

6.35 

7.60 


40.00; 10.25 
7.75| 7.40 

4.03 

i 1.15 

5. 79| 8. 55 


15.00 

777777 
"'57oo 


499.34 

152. 26 

83.88 

8.15 


OXFOKD 

Olive Grove ... 


726.49 
9.27 


Olive Branch*.-. 

Peace Chapel 

Pleasant Grove 


2. .50 
9.40 
1.35 
21. 60 
1.50 
■ 40.00 
5. 35 
3.62 

""12710 


"T46 
2.00 

12.00 
1.25 

85. 00 

12. 02 

"T20' 
4.05 






7.79 


A. C. Sherwood 

A. C. Sherwood 

H.T. Stevens 

J.H.Gordon 

G.T. W^atkins 

H.T. Stevens 

E.G. Usry _. 


5 
11 

"22 
10 
8 
6 


1.50 

2. 76 2. 00 




23.30 
21.75 


Poplar Creek 

Providence.. . . 


1.00 1.00 

1.00— - 


66.30 
5.35 


Roxboro 

Rock Spring 

Sharon . 


15.00i 5.00 
3. .50 5. 40 


5.00 


293.20 
71.23 
9.81 


State Line . 


H B. Jordan 




4.00 


20.05 


Stovall. . 






"ni 




35.61 


Tabb's Creek \ 












Tally Ho 

1 Slaughter estate 


J. A. Stradley 


9 


221 


19.00 
165.23 


6.76, 


17.41 
165.24 


29.53 


1 1.56; 

1 


74.20 
330. 47 


Total 










1 1 




228 


4782 


695. 43 025.5.51,322. 73 

1 


1,018.17 


111.63 78.18 62.80 


3,814.49 










FRE 


.NC 


H B 


ROAD- 


1905. 















I 

Bull Creek 

Mars Hill 

jabriel s Creek — 

liaurel Branch 

Peek Chapel 

jittle Creek 



A. J. Sprinkle ... 
John Ammons . 

L.J. Bailey 

L. C. Roberts 

L. J. Bailev 

W.A.Sim's 



13 
27 
3 
19 
34 
11 


1.37 
238 
115 
121 
122 
111 


2.00 
15.00 
1.93 
2.00 
1.00 


2.00 
11. 15 

'"27oo 


2.00 

40.00 

1.37 

4.00 


5.00 








90.00 
7..S5 














8.00 

5.00 

.80 
















.80 










11.00 
156. 15 
10.85 
15.00 
6.00 
L60 



92 



X. C. BAPTIST STATE COXVENTIOK'. 



FRENCH BROAD— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


X 

1 


d 

3 

S 

,.3 

s 


a 
c 

Is 


m 

S 


c 


60 

s 

a 

5 


a 

x S 


2 
< 


02 


3 
g 


Little Ivy. 

Upper Laurel 


L C.Roberts 




98 
113 
68 
56 
213 
65 
88 
102 
34 
135 
172 
114 
50 
96 
149 
96 
119 

261-J 


SO. 50 










$0 50 


T.C.King 

A. J. Sprinkle 

M.A.Wood 

L.J. Bailey 

A. J. Sprinkle 

P. T. Me Fee . 


6 

I 

7 

10 


6."50 
1.03 


86.70 

"irso 




I 




6.70 


Foster's Creek. 


85^50 


52.00 




2.00 


Marshall ._ 


5.6.5 
7. .50 
2.00 
1.00 
2.50 

s.'oo 

8.00 




24.15 
8.53 


Long Branch 




."70 
2.50 

2.50 

."85 






2.00 


Madison Seminary 

Locust (jrove 






L70 


C.D.Cole . 


2 
6 

"23 


""'2.'50 
1.50 
4.50 

""'e.'oo 

3.00 


"z'ob 

'2.00 




si.50'S5.'00 


5.00 


Laurel Seminary 

Faint (iap 

Walnut Creek. 


L C. Roberts 

CD. Cole 

J.M. Pickens 

T.C.King 

C D.Cole 


14.50 
7.50 
12.00 








7.50 


Paint Fork 


"'3^40 
3.00 


1.53 

8.30 
5.00 


3.50 
2.00 


. 






.5.03 


Hiney Mountain 

Forks Ivey 

Grand View 


W.T. Bradley 

W.T.Bradley 

A J. Sprinkle 

L.C.Roberts 


9 
19 
5 
5 

200 








19.70 









11.00 










Big Laurel . 


2. op 
49.46 


2.00 
41. 25 


2.00 


9.00 








l.b.OO 












Total 


75. 60 


163. .50 


4.50 


.5.00 


329. 41 



GREEN RIVER-1905. 



Bethel 

Bethlehem . 


D J.Hunt 

D.J.Hunt . 


3 2:^6 
7 169 
3 34 

2 111 

3 155 
6 84 

....[ 94' 

1 97; 
15 109' 


5.00 
7.00 
2.00 
2. 43 


5.00 
5.00 
1.00 
2.43 


8. .50 
6.00 


.5.60 ! \ 26.10 

7.00 ) 1 2.5.00 


Beulah 


Elbert Jackson ... 

R.P.Jackson 

B.M.Hamrick.... 

T.J. Moss 

J. L. MeCar.son 

.\. P.Sorrells 

A.P.Sorrells 

E. Buchanan 

W.W.Jones 


1 




3.00 
9. 72 


Big Level 


2.43 


2.43 






Biir.s Creek 






Camp Creek 


3.00 
LOO 
1.75 
2.10 
11.00 
3.00 
1.00 
3.00 
9.00 
1.00 
2,00 

'"li'.Vi 
5.00 
16.67 
16.40 
2.00 


3.35 


4.15 


3.75 
1.11 

17.10 
.5.00 

10.00 
3.16 
1.00 

10.00 
5.00 






14.25 




2.11 


Chapel Hill 

Cherry Spring . 


.3.80 
2.07 
4.23 


1.05 
3.00 
9.00 




23. 70 
12.17 


Clear Creek- . 




32.23 


Columbus 




98, 
142 
158 
14 
17 
14n' 


I 


6.16 J 


Cooper's Gap 

Dysartsville 

Eureka 


B.M.Hamrick... 

J.S. Gwaltnev 

Z T. Whitesides... 
E. Buchanan . 


1 


1.00 

"'2.'o6 

LOO 

45.85 
3.11 
4.65 

10.00 
1.00 


LOO 
6.05 
.5.00 

3."00 
LOO 


. 1 


4.00 




19.05 




JH.OO 


Hall Town.. . 


l.OOl- -1. -1 1 2.00 


Harmony Grove 


A.Hunt 

.\. P.Sorrells 

B. B Harris 

W.B.Morton 

T.J. Moss . 




4.00 


! 1 


11.00 
2.00 


3 2.3 
3 l:i5 

1 97 






Macedonia 








Makiox 


2.5. 15 

'"'s.ls 

142. 80 


33.16 
4.00 
8. .30 

10.00 
1.50 


1 




144. 73 ' 






1.52' 

2.38 






12. 11 


Mohtford'h Cove 


D.J.Hunt 

D.J.Hunt 

Elbert Jackson... 

J.B. Arlige 

D.J. Hunt 


19 

8 






37.50 
179.20, 


Mountain View 


3 59 

.... '50 

6 31'' 






4.50 












28.14 
2. .58 
2.00 
6.10 

;:.oo 

2.00 
20.00 


18.91 
3.00 
1.00 
5.81 
3.00 

"f6."70 


52.28 
2.00 
2. 65 

11.10 
2. .50 

""id.'oo 


17.50 

40.00 

1 .55 


1 




116.8.9 • 


Old Fort 




58 


1 




47.58' 


Piney Knob 

Pleasant Hill 


W.L. Hanes 

Yi/Si. Hamrick. 

H.D.Harrill 

Z.T. VVbitesides... 
C.B. Justice 

C.B. Just ice '. 

R. C. Champion... 

J. W. Walker 

S. A. Bridges 


2 






7.20 


23 211 
17 160 

1 47 

2 290 

...J 38 

22 185 

.— j 25 

6 <Vt 






23.01 




2 25 




10.75 1 


Rock Spring 

Hound /fill 


1.00 
29.00 


i 




3.00 


' 




99.70' 












.1 


Ruthcrfordlon 

Sandy Plains 

Silver Creek 


100.00 

..50 

1.60 

■ 1.00 


97.93 


125.00 


.56.50 








379. 48 i' 
.90i^ 


"l"65 


4.00 


3.00 

""'2.60 
3.00 
3.16 
7.00 








8. 00 II 
2.00 


Stone Mountain 




76 
38 
55 
65 
51 









Sunny Vale ... 


.J.S. Gwallney 

W. M Jones 

H. R. Freeman 


"6 


2.00 
11.00 
9.83 
9.50 


Tryon 

Whiteside Valley 

Zion Hill . 


4.00 
2.10 
2. .50 


4.00 
1..56 


"■"3.1i 


































Total. - 


163 4440 


311.04 


242. 40 


468.15 


299.57 








1.321.16 










1906 figures c 


ame too late for insertioi 


1. 1 


hey sh 


jw 231 


baptist 


ns and ' 


1,681 n 


icmbe 


rs. 





ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



93 







HAYWOOD. 
















Churches. 


Pastors. 


CO 

g 

« 

03 


3 


32 


S 

is 




a 

SI 

a 


a 
■3.2 

11 

¥ 


"So 

< 


f.2 

CO 




Allen's Creek . 


W. M. Pruett 


23 116 








S5. 13 








$5.13 


Autioch *-- 




107 














Belnionl * 























Bettiel * 


R.A.Sentelle 




53 
75 

118 
72 

135 


82.20 


$1.00 82.00 


2.00 










Cataloochee* 














Cove Creek * 










1 








Crabtree _ ._ . 


R. H.Hipps 

J.M. Hayues 


10 


7.06 


2.06, 2.00 


9 nn' 






13. 12 
3.00 


J East Fork 


3.00 




1 Fine's Creek 




153 
23 
62 
76 
39 
57 




, 








J Friendship* 


! 




i 










t Jonathan's Creek 

Locust Field . 


R.A.Sentelle 

M. R.N. Caldwell - 


6 


1.33 


1.00 


3.00 
10.93 


3.00 
5.84 






..-_ 


"'"'8.'33 
16.77 


.Mt.Ziou* 














i»ak Grove* 






















Olivet* 






















Pigeon * 




















j Pleisanl Balsam 

PleH.-aut Hill 

Ratelilf Cove 

Rock Spring 

Waynes viLLE 


T. F. Arrington 

"TVF.Ar'rTDgton'I" 

E.A.Cox 

B.W.N.Simms... 


21 185 
5 174 






2.50 
46.00 

5.00 
25. 00 
18.50 


5.19 
41.60 

8.39 
53. 20 

57.00 








7.69 
133 32 


11.72 


34.00 

12.50 
50.52 








3, 92 

9 104 

16| 284, 3.43 








13 39 








90. 70 
129. 45 


Total. . . 








99'lS75' 25.74 
1 1 


101.08 114.93 


186.35 








428. 10 












JOB 


[NSTON COUN 


TY. 















Antioch 

Baptisi Centre 

Benson 

Bethany 

Bethesda 

Bethel * 

Blackman's Grove 

Carter's Chape^ 

Clayton 

Calvary 

Clyde's Chapel 

Corinth 

Four Oaks 

Hood's Grove 

Kenly U* 

Lee's Chapel 

Live Oak * 

-Micro 

Mt. Moriah 

Noble's Chapel 

New Bethel* 

"liver's Grove * 

Parrish Memorial *— . 

Pauline 

Pine Level 

Plsgah 

Princeton 

Sardis * 

Selma " 

Shiloh .. 

Smiihfield I.I 

Thank.sgiving * 
Trinity . 

White Oak 11" 

Wilson's Mills 
Wendell •!. IIII.II 






Worley Creech — 

C. W.Blanchard 
D.F.Putnam .... 
Worley Creech— 

D. P. Bridges 

R.W.Horrell .. 

D.F.Putnam 

R. W. Horrell 

C. W. Blanchard-_ 

B.G. Early 

A. A. Pippin 

A. A. Pi)3pin 

D. F. Putnam 

D. F.Putnam 

R. W. Horrell 

A. A. Pippin 

B.G. Early 

R.W.Horrell 

J.M.Hilliard 

R.W.Horrell 

J. Weatherspooa-_ 

B. i4. Early 

R. W. Horrell 

D. F. Putnam 

B.G.Early 

D.F.Putnam 

R.W Horrell 

B.G.Earley 

C. W. Blanchard .. 
L. L. Hudson 

D. P. Bridges 

B.G.Early 

D. F. Putnam 

A. A. Pippin 

D. P. Bridges 

A. A. Pippin 



Total 134 30101,068.03201.42! 386.21 427.33 



25. 00 
22.00 
82.80 

6.50 
25. OOi 

4.00 

15. 00, 

12.00 

180.00 

3.001 

9.6.5; 

7.50 
10.00, 
10.00! 



1.50 
3.00 

22.30 
2. .50 
.5.00 
l.OOi 
3.00! 
2.00^ 

42. 68, 
1.50i 
6.94 
2. .50 
3.00 
2.00 



1.501 
2.00! 
27.30 
2.001 
2.00 
1.00. 
•5.50, 
1..50 
150. 00| 
1.00 
4.96; 
3. 50; 
3.00 
3.00! 



2. .50 
10.00 
45.00 

3.00 
1.5.00 

""2I0O 
7. 00, 
120. 00 
2.00 
8.12 
5.00 
8.00 
2.00 



35. 00; 5. 00; 

4.00: 1.00! 

5. 00; . 50, 

50.00 15.00! 

17. 00| 2. .50 

27. 00; 5. 00 

2. 00! . .50 



5.00' 
l.OOi 
l.OO! 
.55. 00; 
2.001 
5.00 
.50! 



4.00 
4.15 
2.00 

O2.06 
4.00 

15.20 



2.00 

7. 00 

13. 25 

17.00 

5.00 

129.00 

11. 00 

286. 08 

6.25! 

8.00; 

15.00! 

1.5. OOi 

1.00! 

-I- 



1..50 
1.25 
1.75 
4.00 
1.00 

10.00 
1.00 

37. .50 
1.00 
4.00 
4.00 
.5.00 
1.00 



1.50 
1.50 
2.75 
.5.00! 
1.00; 

30. 00 
2.50 

50.00 
2.20 
3.50 
2.50; 
5. 00! 
1.00: 



1.50 
2.75 
2.00 
4.00 
1..50 

30.00 
7. ,801 

40. 00; 
3.00 
3.00 
5. 00 

10.00 
1.00 



81. 50; 

2.00 
5.00 
1.25 
2.001 
1.00 
2.75 
1.00 
27.00 
1.00 
3.15 
1.00 
1..50 
2.00 



1.50 
1.00 
1.00 
5.00 
2.00 
2.50 
.50 



.50 
1.50 
1.00 
2.00 
1.00 

11. .50 
1.00 

12.00 

.45 

1.00 

1..50 

.3.00 



S2.00-._ 
2. 00 .... 

4. oo! 

1.25 
3.00 
1.00 
2.00; 
2.00, 
12. .50 
1.00! 
1.52! 
2.00 
2.50I 
1.50 



S2. 00, 



.70 



3.00' 

2.00 

1.00 

5.00 5.00 

2.00- 

2.50 

.50! 



1.00; .50 
1..50; 3.00 
1.25 2.00 

2.50 

1.00 

10.00 

1.00' 

16.00! 
.50! 
1.00. 
2.00,. 
4.00'. 



6.65 



102.10 96.02, 26.24 2,307.35 



94 



X. C. BAPTIST STATE CO:srYEXTIOX. 



KINGS MOUNTAIN. 



Churches. 



Pastors. 



*i2 






'-^. 



Heaver Dam 

Bethlehem 

Boiling Springs 

Bessemer City 

Buffalo 

Casar 

Carpenter's Grove 

Cherryville 

Crowder's Mountain ^. 

Double Springs 

Double Shoals 

Elizabeth 

Fall.ston 

Orover 

Kings Mountain 

Lattimore 

Lawndale 

Mt. Sinai 

Mt. Vernon 

Mt.Zion 

New Bethel 

Mt. Hope 

Ml. Prospect 

Oak Grove 

Patterson's Grove 

Patterson's Station 

Pleasant Grove - 

Pleasant Hill 

Poplar Springs 

Ross' (irove 

Sandy I^lains 

Shady Grove 

Shelby 

Union 

Waco 

Zion 

Zoar 

Total 



M.E. Parish 

A.H.Sims 

J. V. Devenny 

J.C.Gillespie 

J. C. Blanton 

W. F.Mull 

T.Dixon 

C. W. Payseur 

J. C. Gillispie 

D.G.Washburn . 

T.. I. Moss 

A. H. .Sims 

T.Dixon ... 

J. D. Bailey 

A. H.Siras 

A.C.Irvin 

C. W. Payseur 

J.M.Goode 

vv.B.Mull 

C. W. Pay«eur 

C. W. Pavseur 

I.T.Newton 

T.Di.xon. 

B.M. Bridges 

R. N. Hawkins 

I. D. Harrill 

D. G. Washburn.. 
D.G.Washburn.. 

A.C.Irvin ... 

I. D. Harrill 

J. V. Devenney... 

C.W. Payseur 

^I. E. Parrish 

T.J. Moss 

C.W. Pavseur 

A.C.Irvin 

D.G.Washburn.. 



14 336 

7 230 

5 313 

40 265 

24 99 

... 65 

3 58 

18 288 

I 271 

24 a57j 

5 110 

18 348 
i 62 

16 225 

6 2a5 
... 12.S 

7 80 
137 
117 

22 150 

2;^ 16.5 

3 264 . 

1 257 

12 108 

li 1121 

11 86 

8 299 

8 172 
... 109 

9 104 

19 248 
8, 98 

20 467 
4i 189 

12 1.32 
3 195 

167! 



14 



$20. 00 SIO. 00| 

20. 00 7. .50 

12.96 10.00 

20. 00 7. 78 

1.00 1.00 

6. 00 6. 00 

7. 50 2. 00 

20.00 20.00 

2. .30 . 95 

26.00 12.00 

4. 00 3. 00 

30.00 1.5.00 

6.51' 5.00 

17.00 14.00 

2.5.00 10.00 

12. 00 .5. oo: 

12.10 19.1.5 

4. 00 3. 00 

2.00 

5. 95 8. 00 

31. .50 30.00 



7.00 
2.50 
3.00 
3.00 
12.00 
12.00 
5. .55 
4.00 
7.00 
4.60 
110.00 
.5.00 
12.00 
15.00 
14.00 



6.00' 
2.501 
3.00 
3.00! 

10.00 
9.00 
3.00 
2.00 
.5.00 
4.14 

60.00 
3.00 
6.00 
8.00 
8.00 



375 68471 502.47 322.02 



S13. 00 

20.00 

20.00 

17.94 

1.00 

6.00. 

3. 00 

30.00 

1.14 

16. 00 

.5.00 

30.00 

13. 65 

14.00 

2.5.00 

.5.00 

2.5. 97 

3.00 

2.00 

12.00 

45.00 

5.01 

10.00 

2.00 

.5.00 

3.00 

12. 00 

14.00 

4.00 

.5.00 

10.00 

9.15 

85.00 

.5.00 

8. 75 

7.00. 

10.00 



$13. 00 

7.50 

14.00 

20.00 

1.00 



4.50 

43.00 

1.95 

IS. 35 

.5.00 

27. 18 

23. 30 

10.00 

10.00 

.5.00 

74. 20 

3.00 

2.00 

6.10 

41.05 

19.29 

2.13 

2.00 

3.00 

.3.00 

7.79 

10.00 

4. W 

2. .50 

9.00 

7.80 

.55. 00 

5.00 

8.«6 

5.00 

12.00 






■9.0 



Xl 



55.00 
4.00 

10.24 
1.00 



$4.00 
5.00 

3.811 

2.00 

1.00 

I 



1.00 1... 

5.00 3.00 



2.00 
1.00 
2.00 
2.00 
5.00 
5.00 
1.50 
5.25 



4.00. 

1.00- 

2.00 

2. 00 . 

3.00 

.5.00 .... 
1.00..-. 

3.301- 

I.25L 



3.00 2.00.- 
14.00 10.60 32. .52 

1..50 

1.50 



2.00 
1.15. 
1.00 
2.00 
4. .50 
3.00 
4.51 
1.00 
2.00 
2.00 
15.00 10.00 12.18 



2. .50 

2. 00 

3. ,50 

1.50 

1. 25 

1.00 

2.00 

1.00 



2.00 1.00 

3. 00 2. 00 

3.00 3.00. 



»60. 00 

65.00 

64.77 

77.96 

6.00 

18.00 

18.00 

121.05 

6.84 

7S..35 

19.00 

10(i. 18 

52. 46 

(i:i. 00 

. 80.00 
2!i. .50 

13ii. 97 

14.25 

6.0) 

37.05 

174. 57 
2.5.8c 
2.S. 63 
10.15 
17. .50 
16.00 
49. 79 
4!t.5o 
22. 97 
1.5.50 
35. 00 
28. 69 

347. 18 
18.00 
38. 76 
40.00 
.50. 00 



113.15! 87.71 14.60 2,030.82 



LIBERTY. 



Abbott's Creek 

Asheboro 

Center Cross* 

Denton 

Gravel Hill 

Holloway's 

Huldah 

Jackson's Creek * 

Jersey 

Lexington 

Liberty 

Lick Creek 

Maple Springs * 

Marion* 

Mt. Lebanon 

New Friendship 

Oak Hill •— 

Orphanage 

Pine Meeting Hou.se 

Piney Grove 

Reed's Cross Roads 

Rich Fork 



Thomas Carrick. 



7 169 $15.00; $.5.00 



Jeff. Lannlng... 
Henry Sheets .. 

S. D.Swaira 

I. L. Hall 

L. (i. Lewis 

S. D.Swaim 

T.J Riddick... 
Jetr. Lanning .. 
Henry Sheet 



G. W. Reed 

J.D. Newton .. 
G. P. Harrill... 
S. D.Swaim.... 
Henry Sheets . 
S. D.Swaim ... 
G. P. Harrill — 



..I 17 . 

3 5)6 

5 38 
17 201 

6 24 

971. 
11 181 

1 213 

7 162 

2 101 
-i 35. 
J 5. 

-.1 112 

..' 23 

81 244| 

21 1871 

-. 90 

7 160 

4 971 



6.00 

5.00 

20.43; 

.80 

'22; 66 



3.50 
3.75 
6.00 
.50 
1.00 
7.00 



812.00 822.50 So. 00 



.58.00 30.75 
.5. 00 5. 00 
8. 66 6. 00 



6.00 
8.00 
20.00 
..50 
2. .50 
21. 2:V 
89. 95 . 
12.00 
10.00 



14. 00' 
8.00 

20.00 
l.OOl 
2.00 

20.00 

"i2r56 

15.00 



2.00 
1.50 
5.00 



2.50 
11.00 

2.00 
.50.00 
22.00 
.3.5. 00 
12.08 

9.50 



1.00, 
6.00 
2.00: 
30.00 
10.00 
18.00; 
7. 95 
4.461 



8.00 
12.00 

2.00 
40. .SO 
17.00 
3.5.00 
21. 76 
10.00 



2.50 
38.75 

1.00 
79. 67 
27.00 
25.00 
21.60 

9.00 



8.00 
15.00 
3.00 
3.00 



.3.00 
2.00; 
20.011 
8.OO1 
6.50! 
3.60 
3.52I 



84.00. 



3.50 

i.m . 

3.60 
.40. 
1.00. 
4. 20 . 
.5.00 
2. 00 . 
1.50;. 



1.00 
1.50'. 



5. 00 

5.53 

5.00 

3. 00 

3. 57 



S63.50 



35. 



6. 
82. 
198. 
39. 
44. 



10.00 
72.25 
9.00 

425.57 
89.53 

124.50 
69.79 
40.05 



ASSOCIATION AL STATISTICS, 



95 







LIBERTY - 


Contin 


ued. 














Churches. 


Pastors. 


a 

m 

a 

23 


d 
a 

a 

o 


s 
Si 

05 


a 

Oj'm 


be?! 

■53.2 


0) 
bo 

S 

.a 
a 


c' 
-3.2 

11 

■"■a 


3) 
0)«H 

biS 

< 


C K 






Jefl. Lannlng. 
Jetr. Lanning. 
Jefl". Lanning. 
G. P. Harrlll 




3 


56 
36 
21 
62 


$3.00, 3.00 

i_ 


89.00 


So. 00 


$1. .50 


$1.50 




S24. 00 


Summerville * . 




Taylor's Grove.- -. 






3.00 .50 
66.31 28.12 


1.60 
71.22 


2.50 
35. 15 


.50 
2.00 


i.oo 
6.00 




9.00 






3 


206 80 








Total 


183 


2472 


358.2817f).33 


405. 55 


360.17 


93.13 


59. 93 




1 4.56 39 













LIBERTY-DUCKTOWN, 190.5. 





W.D. Hogred 

D. Barker 


29 


185^ 
62 

180 
40 




S5.00 








g5.00 












T. w.Crowder 

W.S. Siraonds 


1 




[ 






Bri>\vu Hill* 




j 






Bellevue* 




1 








W. S. Kinsey 

J. F. McGee 


1 


241 
40 

137; 

124! 

105 

102 
65 


""isroo 


.87 
2. ,50 








.87 
L66 
10.00 
11. ,50 
4.50 
10.00 






«2. 16 








' 




B.M.Ledford 

W. A. Revis 

J. F. McGee 


7 
16 


5.00, 5.00 
3. 12 3. 3S 
























4.50 








1 




W. A. Revis 




1.00 


10.00 








1 


Mine City *. 




2 

7 












T. W.Crowder 


2.00 
LOO 








3.00 
LOO 




30 - - 











New Hope * 






36 
105 
119 
120 

71 








... 






Notla * 


(t.F. Burger. 
















Ogreeta 


W. D. Hogred 














1 j 


'Pleasant Hill 2 * 

'Pleasant Hill 1 


A. F. Burns 

W. A. Revis 


3 












1 


25.00 


10.00 
2.00 


10.06 

2.89 




1 


45.00 
4.89 


Ple;\«ant Grove 


W. A. Revis 

W. D. Hogred 

J. A. Craig 


10 

1 


165- 




1 


Persirrunon Creek 

Shoal Creek 


54 
74 
103 






, 1 






5.00 




1 1 


5 00 


Shady Grove 


J. A. Craig 


10 
22 








! 1 






W. C. Hamrick ^.. 
T. W. Crowder 


106 
78 
38 

111 

82 


1.00 
LOO 


5.00 
2.00 








6 00 


Union* 








3 00 


Nf^w Prospect*. 


W.S.Simonds 

W.S. Kinsey 

F. R. Carter 


4 

7 
8 












Zion Hill* 

t Macedonia 


1.00 


2.00 

... 










3 00 












Total 








........ 








128 


2381 


34.00 


50.49 


32.92 







117 41 








LITTLE RIVER. 


Angler 

Antioch 

Averasboro 


J. M. Holleman ... 
G.T.Mills . 


7 
11 
6 


85! 10.00 LOO 1..50 
262 2.5.00 -75 1.5.00 


1.00 
1.16 
2.11 
3.42 
1.00 

110. 00 

.,50 

9.55 

12. ,58 

107. 46 
7.00 


.50' 1.00 

. 25, . 25 


LOO 
6.28 


16.00 
48.69 
9.46 
30.39 
10.49 

304.50 
4.50 
43.77 
78.51 

332.33 
82.27 
91.02 

1 1^ Qt 


N. H. Gibbs 

H. M. Ingram 


61 3.85 
51 6- 35 


2.50| 1.00 
2. 001 3. ,14 


'Bethel 

Baptist Grove 

Buie's Creek 

Central 

Cumberland Union 

Duke 

Dunn 

Friendship 


.90 10 98 


3.40 
4.00 
15.00 

"7^66 
15. 00 
28. 20 
ILOO 
10.00 
12.00 
8.50 
F, c\c\ 


D. D. Edwards 

J. A. Campbell . 

J. M. Holleman 

B.G.Early- 


4 

28 

""3 

13 

32 

9 


HI 
290 
.53 
101 
122 
173 
149 


2.40 
5.5. .50 

2.00 
13.66 
30.41 
14.5. 82 
31.12 
37. 72 
.30.00 
30.00 
20.00 
.75 

3.16 
20.00 
20.00 

5. 30 


.20 
15.00 
.,50 
4.60 
2. ,50 
24.17 
5.15 
2.06 
4.30 


1.60 
100.00 
.50 
4.25 
15.02 
23. 68 
15.00 


"eroo 

2.00 
6.00 
4.00 
2.70 
L90 
2.75 
1.00 


1.29 
3.00 
1.00 
3.00 
1.00 

'Too 

2.00 
7.35 
2.00 
1 m 


J. A. Campbell 

W. R. Cullom 

B. Townsend 

B.G.Early 

B. Townsend 

B.Townsend 

B.Townsend 

B.G.Early . 


jHector's Creek 

Holly Springs 


18 1.57 

5 97 

2 126 

.... 42 


10.00, 26.64 
25. 05i 29. 75 


Juniper Springs 

Lillington 


2.50! 11.06 
5.30' 10.00 


23.68 
3.50 


80.43 

45.80 

2.25 

14.16 

39.60 

91.32 

10.72 

46.96 

6.02 

9.00 


^Blacedonia. 


L50 






Mt. Tabor.. 


E. M. Lassiter 

J. M. Holleman 

J. M. Holleman 

A. I. Caudle 

J.L. Martin 

B. Townsend 

W.M.Page 


1 
11 
10 

18 
3 
1 


36 
211 

68 

7S 


,5. on 






6.00 
10.00 
9.82 
3.00 
12.78 


Neill's Creek 

New Hill 

pine Forest 


2.00 3.66 
12. 00 14. 00 
1.00 

5. 00 b. 00 


2.00 
27.00 
1.42 
4.35 
1.12 


.60, 2.00 
2.00 6.50 


Piney Grove 

Pleasant Ridge 


3071 16. 83 
41' 4 f|0 


L50' 1.50 

i 


Sherwood 

Total 


4I 26! 1.66 


2. 06 3. 06 


3.00 


















1 


186 2.547 


513.77 


94.73 266.94 


378. 14 


36.81 


50. 17 170. 98J1, OIL 54 































96 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVEIvTIOlSr. 



MACON. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


S 
.2 

ffl 


d 
2 


State 
Missions. 


CO 

C 

_o 

a: 


c.i 

SDK 

11 

fa 




c 
■5.2 

11 

» 3 


» 

as 
< 


tc 

C 


H 


Briartowii 


A. S. Solesbee 

' W.'l" Bradley'IIII- 
J. L. Kinsland 


"l6 

8 


156 
63 
173 
103 
33 
151 
157 
114 
141 
21 
149 
33 
60 
180 
53 
63 


S2.50 

""2.m 

3.00 


86.00 

"2lo5 
1.00 


J2.84 
"""2I0O 


82.50 

"""2.00 
2.33 








313.84 


Brush Creek *- 










Buruington . 








8.00 


Cartoogechave _. . - 








6.33 












Cowee 






2.00 
7."60 


1.40 

"iloo 

2.00 


2.00 
1.40 
5.00 
4.00 


1 00 
5.00 








6 40 


Coweta 




22 
2 








6.40 


Ellijay . - 


T.J. Vinson 






8.00 




2.00 






15.00 


Glade Hope ^ * 

Head of Tennessee ^ 


T.C. Metcalf 










C. L. Ledford 

L.M. Lvda 


1 


i.'oo 

1.00 
1.84 


"iloo 

1.S4 


15.35 

10.00 

1.00 

1.84 

.85 

1.00 






15. 35 


10.00 
2.20 
1.84 
.85 
2.00 






21.00 


Ida.. 


W.L. Bradlej' ... 

W. L. Bradley 


1 






5.20 


Liberty — 

Middle Creek 






7.36 


T.J.Vinson 

J. D.Sitton 


6 




1.70 


Mt. Grove .. 








3.00 


Mt. Hopt * 












Oakdaie 


J. L. Younee 

J.S. Stauberry 

J. L. Kinsland. . 

A. S. Solesbee.. 


7 
8 

— 2 
3 


47 
148 
78 
98 
128 
96 
61 
161 
58 

2525 


i.6o 
"II""" 


1.50 
1.05 


1.00 
1.18 


2.00 
3.70 








5.50 


Oak Grove.. .. . 








5.93 


Pine Grove * . . 


■ 






Pleasant Hill 






1 " j 


\ 








r.50 
2.00 


1.50 
1.00 
1.30 
6.10 




|. . 


3.00 


Tellico * 








1 


3.00 




W. L. Bradlej- 

A. S. Solesbee 

ion 


1 

33 
12 

132 






1.30 




2.00 
23.31 


2.00 
12.00 

34.79 


2.04 
3.15 

7.81 

65.96 




■ 1 


12. 14 


White Oak Flats . 


"""iolii 
57. 43 






15. 15 


Collected at Associat 




$3.51 


21.43 








Total 


1 3.51 


185. 03 



MECKLENBURG-CAB.A.RRUS. 



Arlington 

Clear Creek 

Cold Water 

Cornelius 

First, Charlotte 

FlR-ST, COXCORD 

Friendship 

Huutersville 

Independence Hill 

Louise 

Matthews 

JVeweil 

Ninth Avexuk 

Pinevjile 

Pleasant Plains 

Pritchard Memorial. 

Rock Hill 

Second, Concord 

Union Grove 

West Concord «■ 

Wilson's Grov3 

Zion I * 



J. M. Bridges 

R. H.James 

vv. E. Watkius 

W. A. Hough 

H. H. Hulten 

R. H. Herring 

P.C.Pernell 

W. A. Hough 

W. A. Hough 

J.F.Davis 

D.M. Austin 

J. M. Bridges 

L. R Pruett... 

A. L. Stough 

J. M. Bridges 

E. E. Bomar 

J.M. Bridges 

W. E.Walkins 

A. W. Wilco.K 

W.T. Talbert 

J. M. Bridges 

J. E. Kirk 



217| 
110 

85! 
79 
28! .5:36 
12 267; 

I 42: 

... 20: 
6 59; 
15 1971 



129! 

421 
309, 



1281 
1171 
44I 



11 123 

1 30|. 

35. 

2I 60 

8| 23. 



5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

20.00 

624 

80.00 

18.90 

.3.70 

10.00 

18. 97 

30.00 

8.00 

31.00 

10.70 

10.00 

127 02 

5.00) 

15.00 



5 


00! 


6.14 





00 


4.00 


7 


(K) 


.5.00 


5 


00 


12. .50 


625 


65 1, 232. lOl 



34. 25 
50, 



116.00 
18.50 



5.00; 
5.16, 
7.OO1 
3.00! 
15. 00 



6.00 
15.00 
7.00 
8.00 
24.00 



5.00 

152. .55 

2.00 

5.00 



2.00 

179.91 

2.50 

15.00 



10. 00 
6.50 
.5.t10 

10.00 
162. 21 
136.00 

17.50 
2.00 
7.50 

35.00 

15.00 
5.00 

45.00 

11.82. 
7.50, 

30.16 
5.00 

22.00! 
4.5O1 



SI. 00. 
10.35i 



10.00 
2.00. 



2.00. 
2.00. 
10.00 
1.00; 



1.00. 
16.00. 



2.10, 



3.00i 2.00 



2.00 



2.00 2.00L 



Total 109 26521.030.81891.11 1.655.65 539.69; o9.45l. 



26.14 
20.50 
23.00 

57. 85 

10.00 2,654.48 

376.25 

I 64.40 

I 5.70 

i 30.50 

i 76. 13 

69.00 
25. 00. 
115.00^. 
22.52? 
25. . 
503.6^1 

14. L,. 

59.10 

4.50 



11.00 



10. 00 4, 186. 71 



ASSOCIATIOKAL STATISTICS. 



97 



MITCHELL. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


a 
ft 


ft 

3 
2 

s 


CD 

a 
o 

m 


a 




io 
eS 

a 

a 
ft 

O 


MS 


« 

■nB 

< 




t 
o 
H 




C.S. Farthing 




43 






$2.50 










$2.50 




L. H. Greene 

S.M.Greene 

R. Pittman 


4 


107 


$.5.00 
1.00 
2.50 


$.5.00 
19.00 










10.00 




6 294 


50.40 


6.70«15.00l 






92.10 


Beaver Creek 




52 
31 










2.50 




E. A. Stamey 

J. W. Putnam 




















..„ 65 

j 




































Burleson Chapel 


J. C. Sparks 

S. M. Greene 


—. 1 9i 

10 224 


'"'"5.'00 


"5ro5 













ioroo 


Cub Creek 




104 














Elk Park 






















Flat Rock 


J. W.Duncan 

L. H. Greene 

J.W.Putnam 

S.D.Tipton 


8' 66 
6 130 




















2.50 


2.51 












5.01 




11 


41 
130 

72 
78 


j 










Grassy Creek 

Greene Vallev- - 






i 










J.C. Blalock 







2.00 
1.70 
2.04 


2.70 








4.70 


Liberty Hill. .. 


S.D.Tipton 










L70 


Lillv Branch _ - 


L. H. Greene 

C.S. Farthing 

S. M. Greene 

C. H. McKinney — 

J.C.Thomas 

Tro.y Jones 

E.M.Gragg 

S.M.Piitman 

Isaac Grindstaft— 

S. M. Greene 

S.A.Hughes 

S. J. Sparks 

J.W.Putnam 


6 


119 


i.80 


5.00 






8.84 




._- 18 
ir 238 
5 62 
5 144 

.._. 184 

1 47 

4 73 

2, 17 

26' 207 

...J 57 
4 13fl 


1 








Little Kock Creek _ 


5.00 
1.00 












5.00 


McKlnnev Cove .. 


Too 










2.00 


Mine Creek - 


3.00L 3.00 


1 








6.00 




i 2.15 




1 








2.15 


Oak Grove . . . 




1 










Pleasant Hill 


i 


1 










Red Hill 


j 


1 










Roan Mountain. 


5.00 5.00 










10.00 


Roarius Creek 


1 










Silver Chapel- 

Spring C"eek 


■ _| 


9.29 


12.00 


15.00 






36.29 




35 

7fi 










White Oak . 


J.C.Thomas 

L,H. Greene 


2 






. 1 










Yellow Mountain 


13 13C 


2.90 


4.70 


2.40 










10.00 














Total. -. 


124 3076 


35.05i 30.9,=i 


66.39 


21.40 


35.00 






208. 79 










1 


1 






1 — 





MONTGOMERY— 1905. 



Blackwood's Chapel *_ 






41 
49 
84 

156 
47 
75 
39 
61 
81 
82 

100 
53 
94 

173 
27 
49 
99 
74 


1.50 
5.00 

""5.'00 

1. 68 


1.50' 
3.40i 
2.00 
2.50 


2.00 
3.45 
2.00 
4.00 


2.00 
3.01 
7.00 
7.00 




1 


6. .50 


Bethel .. 


J. R. Jordan 

Rev. Harmend 

J.R.Jordan 


2 
"14 


15.56 


Beulah Hill * 


11.00 


Dover * 

Eldorado*.- - 


2.50 


1.00 


22.00 


Forks of Little River 


K.C.Horner 


lo; 


L02 


3.11 


1.69 




8. 00 


15.50 


Hamer Creek * 








Holly Mount* 

Laurel Hill 

Liberty Hill 

Mt.Gilead 

Pleasant Grove 


W.M.Bostick 

J.R.Jordan 

G. W. Henderson__ 

K.C.Horner 

J. R.Jordan . 


4' 
20, 
12 
2 


2.50 
2.00 
2.50 

24.27 
2.50 
2.50 

12.32 
2.00 
1.00 

20.00 
6.47 


1.00 
1.00, 
2.50 
14.92 
1.50 
1..50 
5.00 
1.00 
1.00, 
6.00 
6.10^ 


2.00 
1.00 
3.00 

18.76 
2.22 
2.00 
6.00 
1.00 
1.00 

10.00 
3.09 


.3.50 
4.00 

18.00 

20.80 
5.00 
3.00 

10.00 
3.00 
4.28 

15.00 
2.69 


1.06 
1.00 
1.00 
5.80 

"L'oo 

3.00 
1.00 
1.44 
5.00 
2.11 


1.60' 

1.00 

1.00' 

5.00 

1.00' 

1.00; 

.25 

1.50 


11.00 
10.00 
28.00 
89.55 
12 22 


Mt. Carmel 

Star 

Sulphur Springs * 

Stony Fork . 


D. S. Martin 

J. W. Little 

J.G. VV^illiams 


6 
^^1 


11.00 

36.57 

9 50 


D.S.Martin 

K.C.Horner 

K. C. Horner 


7 
9 
1 

103 


8 72 


Troy 

Wadeville 


5.00 4.00 
1. 12 

1 


&5.00 
21.58 


Total 


1384 


91.24 


51. 44 


6L63 


109. 97 


26.85 


19.57j 12.00 


375 70 









98 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVEiSTTIOlSr. 



MOUNT ZION. 



Churches. 



Antloch 

Bells 

Berea 

Berry's Grove 

Betheden 

Bethel 

Bethesda 

Burlington 

Cane Creek 

Cedar Fork 

Chapel Hill 

Cool Spring- * 

Durham, First 

Durham. Second 

East Durham 

Ebenezer 

Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Graham 

Haw River 

Hillsboro 

Lystra 

Mars Hill * 

Mebane * 

Merry Oaks 

Moore's Chapel 

Mt. Adar * 

Ml. Gilead 

Mt.Carinel 

Ml. Hermaa 

Ml. Moriah 

Mt. Pis"<»h 

Olive Branch 

Olive Chapel 

Red Mountain 

Roberson's Grove * 

Rose of .Sharon * 

Sandy Level * 

Swepsouville. 

West Chapel Hill 

West Durham 

Yates 



Pastors. 



J. D. Bruner 

.r.C. Hocutt 

J.R.Green 

AC. Hamby 

J.F.McDuffle 

A. C. Hamby 

C. A. Sigman 

C. A.Upchurch 

J.F.McDuffle 

W.S.Olive 

J. W. Wildman „ 

J.F. McDuffie 

C. J. Thompson 

W.C.Barrett 

J. W. Downey 

J.F.McDuffle 

E. R. Harris 

J. R. Pace 

S.W.Oldham 

S.W.Oldham 

A. C. Hamby 

J.B. Wealherspoon 

A.C. Hambv 

S.W.Oldham 

C. E. Gower 

N.H. Shepherd 









fe 



1.5' 202, 

II 133 

23 2.>5' 

20 327i 

— I 213! 
6; 132 

— 1 3o; 

41 751 
2.5 448 

8 312, 

I 40, 

80, 2:« 

2, 38 

— j 168, 

— ! "I 

Hi 58, 

Hi 196, 

2 45 

2, 14 

— ! 471 



L„J. 



3.00 
4.00 
5.00 

16. 33 
7.05 

27.40 
7.66 

1.5.00 



$15.90 $8.00 
9.00: S.OO 
7.00 

15.61 

10.00, 

39.91' 

10.90 

81. 25; 

13. .58 

49.00; 

70.00, 2.5.00 

4.00 1.00 

525.00 641.15 

200. 45 232. C8 

71.35 51.87 
2.00 1.50 

46.25 47.28; 
1. 4.5' . 78 

20. OO; 11. 15 

15. 00 2. 50 

35. 85: 8. 00 

21.00 11.00 

11.00 3.00 
7. 00 1. 00 
3.00' 3.50 
8.00 4.00 



$9.50 

6.00 

3.00 

7.00 

.5.00 

15.10 

8.85: 

6.5. 00 

21.80 

40. 00 

50. 00, 

2.00; 

700. OOl 

242. 2o! 

218.08 

1.50 

79. 06 

2.00 

13.60 

8.78 

25.00 

19.00 

7.50 

2.00 

1.00 

6.00 



"HI 



:=a 



. 


2"= 




c a 




s O 






■e.S 


»* 


< 


= S 

K 



S8.00 12.50 

5. 00, 1. 50 

6. 00, 2. 65 

7. 00, 4. 00 

3.00, .3.00 

16.95^ 1-5.72 

8. 88; 2. 50 



75. 07 

19, 82| 

40. 00; 

18. 87| 
2.00 



10.00 
7.50 
5.00 

10.00 
2.00 



482. 27 105. 00 
121.671 3.5.00 

89.39| 10.48 
3.001 

66.00, 8.17, 

1.65; 1 

4. 57| 5. 50 
7.00; 1.00 

20. 00 4. 00 

20. OO; 20.00 
7. 50 2. 50 
1.00, 1.00 
2. 50 1. 00 
3.001 2.00 



S4.00 
2.29 
.5.00 
4.00 
2. 87 
8.68 
2. .50 
IS. 14 
7.50 
10.00 
10.00 
2.00. 
.55.00 
.3.5.00 
10.98 
2. 00 . 
8.18 

■"7."00 ' 
1.00 
6.00 
2.43 
3.00 
..50. 
1.00 
2.00 



S2.93 
2. .50 
2.00 
4.2-5 
2.00 
6.00 
2.00 
.5.00 
2.00 
.5.00 

10. 00, 
I 

30. 00 2 

12.00 
5.94, 

1 

5.00 

'iroo 

1.00 
5.00, 

2.8;^' 
2.50 

"i.'oo 

1.00, 



$51. 63 
29.29 
28.65 
4.5. 86 
30.87 

118.69 

281. 86 
40.18 
79.86 

164.00 

193. 87 
13.00 

538. 42 

878. 85 

4.58.09 

10.00 

2.59.94 

5.88 

63.82 

36.28 

103. 85 

96.26 

37.00 

12. .50 

13.00 

26.00 



J. C. Hocutt 

J. C. Hocutt 

J. D. Bruner 

J.F.McDuffle 

L.M. Hobbs 

W.R. Beach 

W.S.Olive 



6, 246! 
— I 130; 

13, 122 
17, 208 
4 2311 
2i 108, 
22 367 
13, 116 



J.F.McDuffle-.-. 

J. W. Downey 

S.W.Oldham 

J. C. Hocutt 

Chas. .\. Sigman . 
A. D. Hunter 



14. 00 .5. 00 

11.20 6.01 

1.5. 40 5. 00 

28.13 19.10 

49.00 2-5.00 

18. .54 18.08 
81.60100.77 

3.12 16.65 



8. .50 
6. 25 
.5.00 
17. 67 
45.00 
12.61 
100.00 
5.20 



-. 75 
— ' 85 
5 119 
24 78 
17' 203 
4 95' 



11.00 
4.30 

26.21' 
5.06 



3.74 
3.00 
18.09 
.3. .50 



55.00 20. .35 
20.00 10.00 



6.00 

4.60 

22.73 

4.50 

26. 80, 

15.00 



7.00 3.00 
13. 08 3. 00 
12. 50; 6. 00 
12.50, 5.00 
56.78; 12.00 
14.10, 4.00 
66.871 12.50 

12.00 : 

".3."60 "'2r00' 

1.30 1.00 

97.00 10.00 

12.-50^ 3.00 

lo.'ooIIIIII 



2. .50 
4.00. 
5.00 
2.00 
10.00 
10.00 
12.50 



3.00 

'I'm 

2. .50 
5.001 
2.00 
7. .501 



43. 00 
43.54 
51.90 
86.90 

202.78 
79.33 

381. 74 
36.97 



3. 82 . 

1. 80 . 

7.50 

1..50 

6.36. 

4.00 



4.00; 
1.25 



3.00 



29.56 

16.00 
185.58 

32.31 
108. 51 

63.00 



Total - ! 404 6502 1,636. 10 138594 1,836. 97:1,370.57 323. 52 282.87 143. 20 6,979. 17 

I ! I I \ 



NEUSE. 



Antioch 

Ayden 

Castoria * 

Cove * I 

Davis' Grove 

Dover 

Emmaus 

Falling Creek— — ; 

Fort Barnwell \ 

Fremont 

GoLDSBORO, First 

Goldsboro, Second - 

Goldsboro, Bryan Street. 

Kinston 1 

LaGrange ' 

Macedonia { 

Mays villa 

M t. Cal vary I 

Ml. Nelson ' 



T.H.King 
T.H.King 



W.G.Kino 



W. G.King . - 
T. H.King -.- 
T.J.Hood — 
W.G.King . - 



W. F. Frv ... 
T.H.King... 
T.J. HoDd.— 
C.J. Wells-.. 
T.H.King... 
T.J.Hond... 
W.L. Bilbro. 
T.J. Hood... 



I 
19 
2 



123 
5< 
38 

IS 
22 



6 .39 

.- Hi 

-.1 24 



106.301 27.05 
35. 00 5. 00 



2.00 



37.25 
20.00, 



77.76 22. .50 
28.13 10.00 



8.00 
4.00 



6.00 
3.00 



1.50 



2.00 



26 

116 15. OOl 3.50; 
66 37.50 21.50 
14 I I. 

369, 

671 

95'. 
247 

.S3, 

16 



1.00 



5.00 
17. 00 



1. 00 1. 00 . 



8.00 
12.00 



3.00, 
2.50 



3.00 
5.00 



2.00 
2.00 



165.00 
17. .50 



75. 00 200. 00 
10. 00 12. .50 



190.10 .30.00 15.00, 15.00 
10.50 I 



189. 72 
25.00 
1.50 
7.00 
5.00 
7. .50 



63.82 
7.50 
1.00 
2.00 

i.oo; 

1.00 



140. 55 
13.25 
1.00 
3.00 
2.50 
1.50 



98.81 
41.00 
1..50 
.3.00 
.5.00 
3.00 



3.05 
5.00, 

..50 
2.00 
2.50 

.50 



4.80 20.00 

I 2.00 

.50 .50 
2.00. 
1.00 
1.00 



1.00 



284.86 
105. 13 



8.50 



39.50 
97.50 



690.10 
50.50 



520. 75 
93.75 
6.50 
19.00 
18.00 
14.50 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



99 





. NEUSE— Continued. 














Churches. 


Pastors. 


CO 

a 

a 


3 
^^ 

a 


CO 

a 

M 


a 



Oi GO 

s| 


m 

a 

■-'i 


01 

a 

a 

.a 

D. 

o 


■3.S 
11 


S2 

m 

OJkH 
< 


•g.2 


1 
o 


New Hope 

Piney Grove . _ ._ 


W.P.CampbelL-.- 

W.L. Bilbro 

W.L,. Bilbro 


5 

1 


42 
65 
60 
26 
54 
39 
41 
71 
21 
45 


S29. 15 
6.00 

24.00 
8. .50 

25.18 

"lo.'oo 

25.00 
7.50 

18.28 


S5.00 
3.00 
8.25 
6.00 
8.00 

2.00 

25.00 

1.00 

4.16 


S5.00 
3.00 

15.00 
3.50 
8.50 


321.00 
2.00 
10.00 
11.00 
17.60 


$2.00 

'Too 

1.00 
2.00 


82.00 
1.00 
4.00 
1.50 
2.00 


81.00 

"2^00 
.50 
1.00 


$65. 15 
15. 00 


Pollocksville 


65. 25 


Sandy Bottom . __ 


W. P. Campbell 

\\\ P. Campbell... 


2 
15 


32. 00 


Seven Springs 

Snow Hill ... 


59. 28 


Spring Garden * 


W G.King 

J.J. Douglass 

W. L. Bilbro. 


2 


1.50 

59. 80 

1.50 

6.28 


5.00 

102.00 

1.50 

6.00 


1.55 

5.00 
2.00 
2.00 


2.05 
5.00 
3.00 
2.00 


1.00 

"i.'oo 


22.50 


Tabernacle 

Trenton 


221.80 
15. 50 


Union 


W.P.Campbell — 


2 


39. 72 


Total 


210 1845 

1 


767.63 277.28 
1 


559. 63 


655.90 


99.55 


66.80 


58.00 


2, 484. 79 









NEW FOUND, 1905. 



Antioch 






38 
52 

'^6 


















Bear Wallow . . . 


W.N.Martin. 










1.60' 1 1 1.60 


BearCreelj 


W.R.Early 

L P.Hall 

E. R.Treadway ... 


8 








Beulah . 


.... 63 
.... 60 








1.00 


1 r 


1.00 


Big Pine 


















L___ L___ . 


1 


Caney Forls ._. ._ . _. 


P.T. Mc.^tee 

W.T. McFall 


""2 "n 








2.00 


._.. 


2.00 


Corinth . 




"^6 










Ebenezer.- .. 


B B.Plemmons 

R. H. Hipps 


.... 


48 
156 
07 








1 


1 




Flats of Spring Creek 

French Broad 








1 


1 




C. C.Clubb 


8 








1.25 








1.25 


Hot Springs _. .. _ 




34 
52 

58 
55 
















Jones' Valley _ . 


B. B Plemmons... 
P. T. McAfee 











1 








Laurel Fork.. . . 








1 


j 




Little Pine Creek 


P. T. McAfee 










1 


1 1 




E. R.Treadway ... 
E.Holt 


8 


159 
















Meadow Fork . . 


li 69 
8' 45 
11 150 
2' 170 


1.00 














1 00 


Mt. Pleasant . 


B. B. Plemmons 

C. E. Jervis 

R.H. Hipps 

P. T. McAfee 

C. E. Jervis 
















New Found 






1 










N. F. of Big Pine 






; 










Pinev Grove. . 


2 


55 
13 
21 






1 










Round Hill 


















Shoal Hill . . 


M. A.Goforth 

C. E. Jervis 




















Turkey Creek _ . 






" 










Union ,-. ..___. 


T.D. Fanning 

E. R.Treadway ... 
E.E. Jervis 


14 


66 










1.50 








1.50 


Zion. ._ . ... 


4l 22 
















Zion Hill . . 


2 71 
















Collections . 


43.21 












4.3.21 


















Total 


70 1804 


44. 21 1 1 7 .^-S 








51.56 














— 













Fifteen Churches " contributed " $1,280.78, but the objects are not specified. 

PEE DEE. 



Ansonville 






Brown Creek.. 


A B. Caudle 

T.J.Hudson 

GO. Wilhoit 

G. 0. Wilhoit 

A. B. Caudle 


7 
2 
1 
3 
9 
4 
1 


Cartledge's Creek 

Cedar Grove 


Deep Creek 

Gum Springs 


Laurinburg 

Lilesville .... 


W. H. Whitehead. 


Mineral Springs . 


C.H.Martin 




Morven 

Mount Beulah 

Polkton . ._ _ 


A. B. Caudle 

A. B. Caudle 


"'9 


Plea.sant Grove R. _. 

Pleasant Grove A 


T.J.Hud.son 


J. 



20.00 
5.00 
5.00 
8.32 
4.00 
22. 43 
40.00 
17. 75 
5.00 
15.00 
5.00 
13.50 
12.75 



5.00 

12.87 

2.00 

2.00 

5.00 

2.00 

12. 01 

21.00 

16. 76 

2.00 

5.00 

1.50 

15. 50 

5.00 



5.00 
12.50 
2.00 
5.00 
10. 00 
2. 00 
12.95 
54. 70 
15.51 
3.00 
7.50 
2.50 
11.00 
10. 10 



7.00 
10.00 
10.75 
10. 00 
10.00 

6.00 

7.50 
40.07 
21. 15 

5.00 
15. 00 

4.00 
16.00 
15.00 



1.84 



1.00 
4.00! 
5.00 
3.201 
2.00; 
4.00, 
.50i 
1.00 



2.00 
3.00 
1.50 
4.00 
4.00 
1.00 
2.00 
6.00 
4.26 
3.00 
1.00 
2.00 
5.00 
1.40 



19.00 
60.21 
21.25 
26.00 
37. 32 
16.00 
60.89 
166. 77 
78.63 
20.00 
47.50 
15.50 
62.00 
44.35 



100 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 





PEE DEE- 


-Continued.. 












Churclies. 


Pastors. 


a 


S 
S 


09 

a 


a .2 

50 


IS 

a 



as 

^^ 
w 


a 
fl.2 

be to 

o« 

El, 


Orphanage. 

Ministerial 
Education. 


2 

CD 

< 


Is 

02 


3 
S 


Peachland 


T. P. Little 

C.H.Martin 

Josiah Crudup 

G. O. Wilhoit 

T. P. Little- 


11 

2 
22 


71 

119 

232 

55 

85 

82 

83 

132 

95 

13 

378 


S2.00 
8.00 

50.00 
6.59 
2.45 

20.18 
3.43 
8.00 

85. 99 


82.00 
2.00 

54.00 
4.00 
1.50 
5.00 
2.00 
5.00 

51.41 


$1.50 
5.00 

64. 15 
5.00 
2.00 

15.00 
2.00 
6.50 

60.78 


82. 17 

6.00 82.00 

40. 00 

5.31 2.00 
2. 25 

10.00 2.50 
6.00 1.00 
7. 50 2. 50 

52.50i 15.00 


2.501 

3.OOI 

1.00 . „ 


$7.67 


Red Hill 

Rockingham. _. 


25.00 
211.65 


Rocky River 

Roclsy Mount 

Roberdel 


25.90 
9.20 


T..I.Hud.son 

J W.Cobb - - 


1 
6 
18 

'36 


7. 50 

1. 00 

2.50 

7.50| 85.00 

1 


60.18 
15.43 


Steele's Mills 

Spring Hill 


T.J.Hudson 

W. H. Wliitehead- 

J. W.Cobb 

C.D.Graves 


32.00 
278. 18 


Wadesboro 


165. 88 


171.39 


126. 55 


75.00 30.00 


15. OOi 


583.82 


Total 


140 


2475 


526. 27 


405.94 


442.24 


384.20 77.54 


82.26 5.001.923.45 

















PIEDMONT. 





J M Troo'don 




16 


2 00' 






1 


2.00 


Calvary. 


J.' L.Barrett 


4 


93 


12.00 2.00 


6.00 


11.00 


LOO 


LOO 1 


33.00 


Cedar Falls.. 


J. M. Trodden . — 


2 


30 


5.00 2.00 


2.00 


2.69 


1.00 


LOO LOO 


14.69 


Central Falls* . . .. . 


J.M.Pugh 




.52 


10.00 2.00 


5.00 


2.00 3.00 


2.00 1.00 


2.5.00 


Fairview 


F.H.Jones 


7 


49 


10. 00 2. 00 


5.00 


12. 10 1. 00 


1.00 ..50 


31.60 


FiR.ST. Greensboro 


Henry W. Baltle. 


27 


417 


300. 00 150. 00 


275. 00 


300.00! 50.00 


30. 00 1 


, ia5. 00 


FIR.ST. High Point 


0. L. Powers 




184 


23.20 84.20 


210. 37 


105. 10] 


6. 96 4. 35 


463. IS 


Forest avenue fl 


Chas.E. Maddry.- 


7 


73 


23.50, 9.50 


39. 25 


38.39 1.65 


2.85 2.00 


117. 14 


Green St., High Point 


Thos.Carrick .. _ 


33 


260 


31.00 7.50 


.5.00 


121.67' 4.00 


1.00 1 


170. 17 


Gibsonville 


(^. C. Haj-more 


14 


62 


8.00; 2.00 


4.20 


5. 00 2. 00 


2. 00 1. 00 


24.20 


Libertv . . 


W.T. Hurst 




33 


5.00 6.50 


.5.00 


12. 86 


2.50 LOO, 


32. 86 


Macedonia . — _ 


J. A. Hackney . 




43 


3.25 1..50 


1.75 


L64 


.36 


8.50 


Moore's Chapel 


Fred. N.Day 


48 


90 


5.45' 5. .50 


9.40 


8.75 


1 


29.10 


Mount Zion 

Pleasant Grove 


J. A. Hackney 

W. H.EIler 


6 


67 


12 28 4. 93 


11.25 


3.00 


1 


31.46 




m 


12.5.5' 5.00 


.5.00 


54.47 2.00 2.00 1 


81.02 


Raraseur. .. 


J. B. Richardson. - 
W. R. Bradshaw .. 
F.H.Jones . 


3 


116 
307 
43 


27.41 
89.18 
10.00 


6.00 
40. 00 
3.00 


10.00 

115.00 

5.00 


24.06 .5.00 3.00 11.50 
88.50 20.00 10.00 5.00; 
10.00 1.00 1.00 


86.97 


Reid.sville 


367. 68 


Ruffin 


30.00 


Sandy Creek 


W. H.EIler 


1 


13 


5.00 


2.00 


2. 25 


2.00 1.00 1.00 .50 


13. 75 


South (treensboro 


Chas. E. Maddry.. 


6 


69 


1.3.75 


15. 12 


3. 05 


37.50 4.75 ! 


74.17 


Summerfleld . . 






107 


16.00 


5.'00 


10.00 


3.2.5 3.00 3.00, j 


40.25 


Wai-nut Street. 


W.H.Strickland. 


30 


36 


45.00 


3.75 


14.00 


25.00, 2.00 


89. 75 


WorlhviUe 


VV. H.EIler 


2 38 


28.00 


3.45 


15.00 


33.75 2.00 2.00 1.00 


85. -20 


Total 


199 2338 


697. 57 


362. 95 


788. 52 


902.73 97.65 75.42 30.85 2 


956. 59 



















PILOT MOUNTAIN. 



Ayersville 

Beck's 

Beaver Island 

Bethel * 

Brim's Grove 

Brown Mountain * 

Comer's Chapel 

Clemniousville 

Dan Valley 

Deep Spring 

EUisboro 

Flat Rock 

Friendship 

Germanton 

Good Will 

Indian Grove 

Kernersville 

King's 

LE A KSVILLE 

Lewis ville 

Macedonia 



J.B.Johnson. 
R.W. Crews.. 
J.A.Joyce 



7 51i 
5 93 
15 82 



2.00 

26.00 1. 

10.00 2.00 



2.00 

"i'oo 



1.00 
"4.'50 



12. 00 
2.50. 



5.00 
38.00 
21.00 



P.Oliver 

G. W.Glidewell 
G. W.Glidewell 

H. Sheets ' 11 

CO. Haymore ; 

J.E.Barrett >■- — 

W.H. Wilson '• 5 

<:.C Haymore 9 

W. H. VVilson 11 

C. C. Havmore 2 

C. W.GlidewelL 

J T. Smith 

A. L. Belts 

C.F. Fields 

(4.C Duncan 

T. C. Mvers 

J. T. Kirk 



11 



29' 
68! 
25 

130 
68, 
25 
•5.5 
45 

237 
70; 



2.81 
6.60 
5.80 



1..57 
5.00 



84 


8.03 


.56 


2.60 


96 


20.00 


33 


.5.21 


228 


66.80 


,58 


9.50 


64 


1.02 



1.30 
8.27 



123. 87 
2.50 



2.55 
9.60 
5.30 



5.00 
8.00". 
31.75 
2.39 

i 



2.20 
1.00 
4.46 
17.18 
7.54 
3.00 
.5. CO 

"28.'l7 
2.24 
2.10 



5.00. 
2.00, 



7.41 

2. 05 

59. 82 

2.50 

.85 



I 

1.15:. 

5. .50;. 

4. 00 .— 
.50.— 



7.27 
4.30] 

16.00-. 

18.00 .. 
I.20L. 



4. ,56 
1.00 



7. 
14, 
.58. 
30 

3. 
1.5. 
13. 
98. 
16. 
10. 

3. 

47. 

12. 

266. 

32. 

3. 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



101 



PILOT MOUNTAIN-Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


a 

a 

CO 


d 
3 

£ 


State 
Missions. 


a 

o 

^ CO 

s| 


to 


cS 

a 
a. 

o 


_ a 
Is .2 

11 
» s 


d 

01 

CO 

as 
< 


•S.2 

32 





Mt. Airy 

Mt Olivet 


J. E. Smith 

P Oliver 


27 
16 


277 
265 
53 
50 
51 
125 

s 

34 
42 
44 


846. 75 
15.00 
3.60 
5.00 
25.00 
26. OC 
3.00 
8.00 
3.00 
.5.00 
5.00 


m. 94 

7.65 
2.50 


$41.40 
5.40 
8.55 


152. 93'siO. 00 
3.25! 6.00 

, 5.77 

4.50 1.00 
31.00 5.00 
38. 30' 6 no 




8174. 02 
37.30 




O.J. Bright - 




15. 42 


Mt. Tabor 


R. W. Crews 

W.H. Wilson 

W.H.Wilson 

T.C. iMyers 

R.W. Crews 

R.W. Crews 

J. \. Joyce 


18 
3 

14 
6 
3 

1 


10.50 




12.73 
4; 00 


29.20 
9.45 




102. 93 


Mayodan 

New Bethel „ 




83.75 


4.00 
9.35 






7.00 


Oak Ridge 


2.32 


1.75 


2.00! 


23. 42 
3.00 








1.061 1 on 




7.00 


Olive Grove _ 


P.Oliver . 


.70 




::::::r::::: 


5.70 


Peter'.s Creek * . 












1. .-_.! 




■•'ilot Mountain * 


R. D. Hay more 

J. B-Johnson 


.... 


146 

69 

79 


10.00 
6.21 
5.00 
15.00 
10.00 
55. 85 






3.00 




13.00 






3.06 


3.53 


1. 


12.80 


Red Bank 


2.00 




7.00 


Shiaron 

Shiloh 


T. H Jones ' 

J.L.Barrett 

J. E. M. Davenport 
J.T.Smith - 


3 
4 


109 
Ilfi 


7.00 
2.37 
31.38 


15.00 

3.35 

36.18 


10.00 
4.99 


5.00 

1 6.T 




52.00 
22.36 




56 300 


15.00; 10.00 


1 — 


151.41 


Sulphur Springs 

Southside 




50 
121 
52 

58 








A. L. Betts 

J. E. Poteat 


— - 


31. 42 
11.39 
2.00 


56.86 
1.00 


30.97 
1.00 
1.00 


8.26 
1..50 


5.01 







132.52 
14.89 


Union Hill ._ .. .. . 


O.J. Martin 


' 









3.00 


Valley* 










Westfield-. 


R D. Hay more 


6 


96 

.30 

173 

84 

201 

599 

5001 


10.00 

3.00 

44.06 












10.00 


Walkertown *. 


"isrio 


1.00 
90.28 


5. 35: 

76.91 10.00 






9.35 


Waughtown __ 


A. L. Betts 


12 
5 
10 
16 

315 


266. 65 


IV'Unut Cove 


10.00 
71. 35 

260. 07 

929. 11 




3.04 
261.27 
258. 32 








13.04 


WiN.sTON. Broad St 
Winston, First 


B.K. Mason 

H. A. Brown 


31. 60 
126.00 


55.75 
468. 93 


10.00 
25. 00 






429. 97 
1,1.38.32 


Total . _ _ 


513. 47 


938. 49 


924.13,143.47 




...... 


3,451.67 


\ 









RALEIGH. 



Apex . 


J.M.White 




131 

62 

38 

54 

178 

104 

56 

159 

64 

54 

243 

113 

238 

197 

107 

93 


45. 35 

2.00 

4.00 

2.00 

50. 25 

2.48 

"lo.'oo 

1.25 
47. 03 

7.00 

6.07 
20.00 
29. 98 
15. 00 

6.00 
10.00 


24.96 
LOO 
1.50 
2.0( 

45. 85 
2.41 

"is'oo 

44.'.30 
7.00 
5.00 
.5.00 

17.70 

10.00 
1.50 

10.00 


' 25.72 
1.00 

'""2."00 
40.00 
4.15 

""43.1.5 

4.25 

56.47 

7.00 

3.00 

10.00 

25. 12 

10.00 

2.50 

15.00 


38. 65 
1.00 
8.00 
4.00 

16.90 


6.00 


1 
5.00 


4.00 


149.68 


Bethlehem .. . 


D. D. Edwards 

J.H. Hutchinson . 

J. L. Martin 

W.S.Olive . 


5 

23 
10 


5.00 


Cannon Grove 








13. .50 


Caraleigh 








10.00 


Carv . 


6.17 


9.75 
1.57 




168. 92 


Collin's Grove 


D.D.Edwards 


2.48 1 38 


14.47 


Ephesus . ._ 


3.96 
25. 00 

5.00 
60.00 

7.00 
10.00 
15. 00 
17. 75 




3.96 


Fayetteville Street. 
Fuquay Springs . 


E.Y.Pool 

A. A.Crator 


3 

4 


20.00 


10.00 


5.00 


168. 15 
10.50 


Gariier— . .. 


10.00 

"i'oo 


10.06 
5.00 
2.00, 


""2.I0 
2.00 


227. 80 


Green Level 

Good Hope 

Hepzibah _ 


J.A.Campbell 

C. A.Sigmon 

A. A. Pippin 


15 
6 

8 


35.50 
30.07 
50.00 


Holly Springs . 


5.00 


5.10 

3.00 
2. 50 
5.00 




100.65 


Iiiwood 

Knight's Chapel 

Leesviile. 


J. L.Martin 

J. M.Hilliard 

W.R. Beach 

W.C. Douglass. 

A. D. Hunter 

W. R. Beach 

J. .S. Hagwood 

J. S. Hagwood 

A. A. Crator . 


4 
14 
12 


13.50 
5.00 
11.68 


4.00 
1.00 


5.5.50 
18.50 
51.68 


McCnllers . .. 


3 26 
.... 1.57 

6 1.39 
10, 64 

4 51 




Morrisvjlle 

Mt Herruon 

Mt. Olivet 

Mt.Zion . 


25. 00 
20.00 
3.00 


20.00 
5.07 
1.00 


25.00 

100.00 

2.00 


25. 00 
9.25 
2.30 
3.00 





5.66, 

3.071 
1.60 
3.00 


"l66 
1.00 


100. 00 

137. .39 

10.90 

7.00 


Pilot 




67 
70 
70 


4. .55 
10.00 
3.00 
12. 50 
16.20 
5.00 
2.00 
22.5.00 
6.43 
5.76 


2.46 
.5.00 
3.00 
12.50 
13.89 
6.00 
1.00 
53.85 
4. 35 
6.96 






6.96 


Pleasant Grove 

Reedy Creek 

Salem 


E. M. Lassiter 

J. S. Hagwood 

R. S. Si evenson 

L.M.Hobbs 

J. L. Martin . 


10 
10 
17 


5.00 

2.00 

10.00 

28. 52 

5.00 

1.00 

323. 20 

5.65 

4.40 


12.00 

2.50 

1.9.5 .3.66 

16.00 5? .5n 


.50 
2.00 

1.86' 
5.00 


"l66 
5.00 

.3.70 

2.00 


32. .50 
13. 50 
47.47 


Shady (irove.. . 


2 SO 


8.5. 81 


Swift Creek .. 




126 

37 


10.90 
LOO 

55.00 

16.46 
4.84 

17.30 




28.90 


Sorrel r.s Grove. 


D.D.Edwards 

J.C Massee 

A. D. Hunter 

C. A. Upchurch 

ation ... 


13 






5.00 


Tabernacle 


107, 929 
30 173 

21j 110 


45.00 


25. 66 




727. 05 


Wakefield _ 


32.89 


Wakefield Central 

fL, Collected at Associ 




2.62 




24. 58 


V 




342 6049 


1 






1 




W Total 


636.80 328.30 


761. 13 


422. 44 106 71 


108. 57 


27.20 


2.391.13 

















Tabernacle Church, Raleigh, contributed 8333.66 for City Missions and Rescue Work. 



102 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



ROBESON. 









d 


CO 


IS 


w 


o 


■z 




O 00 






w 




c 


C 


a 


c3 


.i2 '^ 


m 


2 s 


Churche.«. 


Pastors. 











a. 2 

hjna! 


S o 


a: 


a o 






03 


s 


Si 


^5 




S3 










03 


s 


01 


33 


fo 


O 


s 


< j !» j H 


Aulioch- - 


A.H.Porter 




249 


S7.94 S3. 87 


S7.00 


S8.57I $2.58 


$3.52' ' $.33.48 


Ashpole .. „ 


J. B.Jackson 


10 340 


160.00148.37 


1.50.00 


49. 17 7. 50 


7. .50 $6. 14 528. 68 


Back Swamp- 


J. B.Jackson 


13 205 


67.65 42.26 


52. 25 


55.05 6.00 


3.91 1.00 228.12 


Bear Swamp . 


J.G. Blalock 


6 


340 


51.53 20.78 


32. 29 


27.35 12.88 


4.43 1 149.26 


Bethany * 

Beulah_ . 


F A Prevatt 




31 
61 


5. 00 1. 00 
9. 75 6. 94 








6.00 
35.33 


J. M. Fleming 





10.17 


4.93 1.51 


' 2.02 


Big Branch-. 


J.P.Hedgpeth .... 


6 


272 


105.17 54.89 


100.00 


25.94 46.11 


10. 42 


342. 52 


Bloomiugdale .. . 


R.A.Hedgpelh ... 


6 


108 


13.40 12.24 


23.75 


3.40 1.00 


2.00 9.74 


65.53 




W. L. Brisson.. ._ 




47 
107 


2. 26 2. 71 
34.37: 20.00 


1.48 
24.25 


1. 43 . 65 
11.01 16.45 


1.08. 


9.61 


Centerville . 


E.A.Paul . 


2 


10.92 


6.50 


123. 50 


Clybonville 

Ephesus 

Fair Bluflf 


R.A Hedgpeth ... 
J. W.Cobb 


'> 


T> 


3. 82 5. 00 


4.37 


4.53 






17. 72 


18 


87 


3.71 


3.62 


3. 96 






11.29 






118 
.tO 


8.50 
2.00 












8.50 


Hebron 


E.A.Paul . . 


5 


2.00 


2.00 


2.00 2.00 


1 no 




11.00 


Hog Swamp 

Long: Branch . 


R. A. Hedgpeth 

J. P. Hedgpeth .... 


4 


1(>^ 


7. 24 4. 09 


2.84 


10. 00 . 




2. .30 


26.47 


16 


190 


31.. 55 30.79 


42. 44 


37.01 11.75 


8.00 


161.54 


Lumber Bridge 


D. 1'. Bridgers 


1.5 


164 


.50.00 50.00 


107. 77 


2.5.00 11.92 


2.88 


2.36 


249. 93 


LUMBEKTON 


C.H.Durham.. . 


3 


235 


207.30 364.27 


345.38 


634. 07 


28.59 


25.00 


1. 639. 61 


Max ton .. _. .. 


J.E.McDavid.. . 


1 


61 


5.00 5.00 


10.00 


48. 61 2. 50 


3.15 




74.26 


Mt.Klim 


M. A.Stephens 


9 


201 


32.65 10.40 


13. 68 


41.25 2.00 


2.10 





102. 08 


Mt.Moriah 


R.N.rashwell 


9 


64 


1.52 1.52 


1. 52 


1.53 1.52 


1.52 


1.52 


10.64 


Mt.Zion 


A. E.G. Pittmau 


20 


129 


17.05 1.30 


4.53 


15. 00 


2.62 




40. .50 


Oakdale 




13 


8S 


4. 101 2. 50 


3.00 


3. 15 . 




7.22 


19. 97 


Oak Grove. 


R. N. Cashwell . . 




34 




6.32 


1. ,0 


.60 




8.67 






8 
13 


89 
102 
54 


5.00 

12.00; 11. a5 
5 00 11 2;^ 


11.00 
23.95 








16.00 


Fai klon 


D P. Bridgers 

F A Prevatt 


8.70: 2.80 
2.70. 


1.56 





60.06 




18. 93 




A. K C. Pittmau 





113 


12.09' 14.46 


12.10 


14. 65 






53.30 


Pleasant Hill 


W.C. Wallace 




115 
42 


13.59 

7.90: 6.74 


' "is.'ii 


5.00 
5.21 









18.59 


Pleasant Hope- 


J. M. Fleming 


5 


1.67 




.45 


35.08 


Raft Swamp 


J. M. Fleming 


10 


207 


41.99, 29.15 


45.77 


45.58 7.50 


3.00 




172. 99 






"21 


66 


14.70 3.73 
20. OO! 14.52 


11.43 
20.00 


10 00 S 17 


1.00 
2.36 


1.88 
1.00 


4.5. 91 


Raynham . 


J. B. .Jackson 


9^44 


3.00 


70. .52 


Red Springs 


J.E.McDavid 


10 


im 


37. 80| 22. 10 


25. 68 


60. .54 


.5.00 


3.60 





1.54. 72 




O. P. Meeks 

J. B.Jackson 


ti 


s-> 


13.20 .53 
35.02' 22.50 


7.00 
32. .50 


10.00 
20.00 









30. .55 


Jiowlfind— - 


1 51 


5.00 


3.50 


2.00 


120. .50 


Saddle Tree. .. . 


J. P. Hedgpeth.... 


11 94 


45.40 27.20 


52. m 


25.00 


12.40 


5.18 


168.01 


Singletary's X Roads 

Spring Hill 


P.T. Britt 


2 80 


9.2.3 


11.55 








. 


20. 78 


R.A.Hedgpelh... 


9 122 


30.67! 18.33 


28.90 


14.00 


3.60 


3.60 





99.10 


Smyrna _ 


E.A.Paul. 


11 
5 


44 

107 
31 
57 
24 

155 


11.00 

9.00 3.70 
2. 10 2. 50 


2.91 
7.20 
3. .50 


10.32 
6.07 
8.50 


2.36 
3.96 
1.00 




.95 


27. 64 


Ten Mile 


J.W.Cobb- . 


29. 93 




J. vV.Cobb . . 






17. 60 


White Pond 


P.T. Britt 


5.00 
5.00 








.5.00 


Zion'sHill 


C. R. Hester . 




1.00 


1..S8 
2.50 


2.12 
4.44 




.76 




10. 26 


Zion's Tabernacle 


W. L. Brinson 


12 


5.00 2.46 


2.00 


16.40 


Total 


289*5215 


1,233.00981.15 


1,261.95 


1,276.98 


177.83 


120.80 45.08'5.095.79 























SANDY CREEK. 














Aberdeen 

Bear (.'reck 

Bethany 


J. M. Haymore 

W.H.H.Lawhou. 
O.T.Edwards. 

G.J.Dowell 

■\V. H. H. Lawhon. 

W.M.Bostick 

O.T.Edwards 

G.J.Dowell 

G.J. Dowel 1 _ 


11 
12 
9 
3 

"§.5 
14 


41 

198 

113 

232 

111 

15 

160 

99 

101 

92 

13 

•2S 

28 

138 

27 

277 


24.06 
10 00 
9. .50 
5.00 
2. .50 
5.00 
7. .50 
40 80 
45. .55 
14.44 


17.4.5 
5.00 
6.10 
.5.00 
1.00 
2.50 
.5.00, 
32. 60 
25. 07i 
4.00 


18.23 

12.00 
8.30 
5.00 
2.25 
2. .50 

10 00 
24.5.37 

54. 69 
5.99 


22.34 
15.00 
13.11 
7.00 
5.00 
2.90 
10.00 
405. 72 
61.01 
21.98 


2.00 
.3.11 
2.00 
1.00 

'"3.00 
4. 25 
5.00 
2.31 


2.50 
2.50 
1.67 




84. .58 
46.50 
41.79 
24.00 


Beulah 






11.75 


Biscoe * 

Brush Creek 

Cameron 


"2'00 
10 00 
5.00 
1.65 




12.90 
.37. .50 
43S. 74 
196. 32 


Cool Spring 

Deep Creek 

Deep River. 

Eagle .Springs .. 


W.H.H. Lawhon. 
W. .A Barrett 


13 


50.37 


J.L.Smilh 

W. H H. Lawhon. 

L. K. DLxon 

I.M.Henly... 

J. L. Smith 


3 

1 

7 

4 

25 


..50 
2. IS 
4.60 
1.87 
6.00 


"2."72 

"I'm 

3.81, 


1.00 
3.95 
4. 30 
1.62 
10 00 


1..50 
5.00 

12. 10 
2. 43 

10 00 


"'3.'o6 

.70 


'Tio 

1.60 
.32 




3.00 
17.95 


Eminaus 

Ephesus 

Fall Cieek 


23.30 

7. .30 

29. 81 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



lOJ 



SANDY CREEK— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


CO 

a 


ft 

3 

a 
S 


s 

si 

CO 


m 

a 
.2 

a 


05 

fl.l 
MM 

Is 


0) 

ci 
a 

.a 
a 

Q 


a 
■3.2 

11 

as 3 


2 

1 

■0.5 
tuoS 
< 


O X 

O s 

"•§ 
§i 

CO 


3 
o 


Forkf:reek:* 


M. .J. Leach .. .. 




9 

16 

39 

59 

170 

100 

111 

196 

98 

69 

76 

55 

162 

31 

46 

14 

42 

48 

128 

115 

51 

142 

66 

122 

89 

18 


83.25 
3.05 






1 






83 25 


Flat Springs § 

Flint Hill *._ ... 


N.H. Shepherd 

H.M. Ingram .. . 


5 


82.00 


So. 26 


$2.38 $2.55 


$1.00 




16.24 


Friendship* -. 




















Ga in .S pring.? 

Hickory Mountain 

Jonesboro 

liOve's Creek 

iVIay'.s Chapel 

Mechanics Hill . 


T. Y. Seymour 

L. R. Dixon 

G.J. Dowell 

O.T.Edwards 

L. R. Dixon 


10 

4 
6 
6 


7.25 
5.00 
19. 79 
10.00 
5.00 


5.00 
.3.00 
14.23 
6.00 
5.00 


10.00 
5.00 
14.00 
15.00 
7.00 


10.03 7.50 
1.5.00 1.20 
40. 22 7. 00 
15. 00 2. 00 
10.00^ 10.50 


"1755 

5.00 
2.00 




39.78 
30.20 
100. 22 
50.00 
37 50 


1 








Mineral Springs 

Moon's Chapel 

Mt. Olive 

Mt. Pleasant *. 


O.T.Edwards 

J. L.Kmith . 


12 


10.37, 5.00 
2. 00 ?.. 00 


10.00 
3.00 
5.07 

""i.li 

1.50 
1.66 

43. 00 
5.00 
6.41 
2.00 

18. 33 
1.00 

20. 00 

41.00 
3.28 


19.5.5 5.55 
8. 00 2 on 


.5.55 
"lIi 


54. 82 
18 00 


N.H. Shepherd — 

J, A. Hackney 

W.T. Hurst- 


19 


10. 53 
""3."26 


3.28 

•85 

1.76 

1.50 


13. 24 
2.00 
3.36 


3.89 


37.12 

2.85 


New Salera . _ _ 


f.76 






11 96 


Pine Bluff ._ 


S.A.Ives. .- .. 










3 00 


Pine Grove. 


F. L. Fiddler 




4.20 
70. 45 








5 86 




L. M. Hobbs 




44.00 
5.00 
8.66 
1.10 
3.00 
1.00 
40.00 
22.00 
2.56 


99.70 
5.00 
6.65 
2.50 
2.50 
1.00 
10.00 
22. 65 
1.00 


7 .^5 


5. 62 "> 5n 


272 27 


Rives' Chapel 

Roekv River 


L. R Dixon 

N.H. Shepherd ... 

O. B. Mitchell 

Lr.M. Hobbs 

J. A. Hackney 


10 

7 
7 
11 


6.00 2.41 
20.00; 5.09 

2.00 

3.58 10.00 


.90 
4.84 
1.27 





24.31 
51 65 


Rock Springs 

Sandy Branch.. .... 


8.87 
37.41 


Sandv Creek 


1.00 
73.50 








4 00 


Sari/ord . . 


J. M. Hay more 

G.J. Dowell . 


5 


8.o5 






151 50 


Kiler City . .. 


2,5. 00| 

.3.40l 1.00 


"i!'55 


"'2d 


110 65 


8taley 

Southern Pines 


J.L.Smith 


1 


12.99 


Tyson's Creek 


N. P. Shepherd 

J. L. Smith 


3 

7 


72 
148 


9.79 
2. .50 


5.00 
3.21 


6.42 
2.50 


10.52 2.o5 
.5.00 1.00 


2.90 


2.40 


38. 53 
14 21 


Union Grove 










Total 


251 


3963 


398. 49 


.321. 14 


613. 44 


658. 02 106. 77 


60.48 


4.65 


2,162.99 



SANDY RUN. 



Bethel 


Z.D.Harrell 

J.M. Good 


5 


231 

47 

172 

96 

187 

155 

2.50 

147 

269 

93 

205 

216 

253 

1.33 

107 

229 

379 

150 

38 

157 

85 

85 

278 

99 

28 

96 

664 

242 

270 

41 

21 


. 7.00 
1.25 
7.00 
1.00 


5.00 
1.25 
5.00 
1.00 


3.00 
L25 
4.00 
1.00 


7.00 
1.75 
5.19 
1..50 


2.00 






24 00 


Bethany. .. 






5 50 


Big Springs 


A. C.Irvin .. 


18 


1 2.00 




OQ IQ 


B.B.Harris. .. . 


1 4.75 


Camp Creek 


A.J. Bonner 

B. M. Bridges 

A.C. Irvin 


11 
IS 
1 
23 
34 


Cherokee .. 


5.00 
5.00 

""65."55 


4.05 
5.00 

25ro5 


3.55 
5.00 

6573.5 


6.39 
11.00 


1.00 






19 .39 


Concord 






26 00 


Cliflfside.. . 


B. M. Bridges 

J. M. Hamrick 

B.B.Harris 


67.20 






67 20 


Caroleen 

Fairview 


36.41 13.25 

1 


2.00; 5.00 


207. 01 


First Broad 


B. B. Harris 

Z.D.Harrell 


27 
21 


3.55 
3.00 
18.16 


3.00 
3. » 
3.37 


2.55 
2.00 
12. 83 


2. 00 i. o5 

2.50 1,50 
13.00 

1 


l55 

1..50 

2. 00 


12.00 
13. .50 
49.36 


Floyd Creek 

Forest City . . 


Green River.. 


R. J. Tate . . 


13 


Green Creek 


R.J.Tate 


2.o5 1.00 
38.45 52.75 
12.00' 8.00 
1. 95 1. 50 
l.OO; 1.00 

2. 60 

3.21 2.59 
1.00 3.00 
9.00 6.00 


1.00 
108. 82 
15.00 
1.50 
1.00 
2.94 
2. .50 
1.00 
6.00 


2.55 

100. 00 
10.00 






6.00 
306. 15 
50 00 


Henrietta 

High Shoals 


J.M. Hararick 

J.M. Hamrick 

T.C.Harris 

A. J. Bonner 

J.M. Good 

W.E.Wilson 

H.D.Harrell 

B. M. Bridges 

W.HuU ._ 


"23 

5 
1 
7 
1 
3 
11 
6 


4.61 
5. 00 


i. 52 


Holly Springs 

Lavonia . .. . 


2. .50 

3.00: 

4.65 

6. 05 . .50 


. 75 I 

50 


8.20 
6.50 
1L24 
15.85 
6 00 


Mt. Harmony 

Mt. Lebanon 

Mt. Olivet ... . 


1.05 
1.00 




Mt. Pleasant C 

Mt. Pleasant R.. . 


i5.55 3.5.55 






66.00 


Mt.Zion .... . 


J. B. Bridges 














Prospect 


B. P. Green . 




2.00 
7.00 


1..S5 
7.00 


2.00 
7.00 


3.55 

5.00 








8.55 
27.16 


Sandy Run 

Shilon 


Z. D. Harrell 

T.C.Harris 

Z.D.Harrell 

VV. E.Wilson 

G. W.Suttlernire.. 


34 
10 

7 
2 
2 




1.16 




Wall • . . 


8.00 


3.00 


3.00 


5.00 




LOO 




20.00 


Southern H . 


Sandy Level § 




































Total - 


283 


5117 


203. 62 


143.01 


246. 19 


237.94 


131.06 


15.73 


5.00 


982.55 







104 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 







SOUTH FORK 
















Churches. 


Pastors. 


a 

a 

P3 


P. 

5 

£ 

£ 


M 


c 
.2 

1^ 


B 

C.2 


C8 
C 

a. 




_ c 
"5.2 

11 


© 

■o'a 
< 


^.2 

CO J, 

02 


1 








63 
18 
82 
18 
74 
69 
44 
18 

1 
228 

IS 
272 

56 

1 

52 

110 

.55 

61 

133 

150 

31 

124 

21 

124 

184 

146 

100 

87 

261 

73 

221 

126 

200 

29 

48 

25 

47 

75 

145 

86 

108 

38 

17 

54 

116 

41 


$5.00 

3.20 
20.00 

2.00 
10.00 

6.87 
10.00 

.3.16 

6.00 
60.00 
17.15 

4.35 
265.34 

4.00 

167. 73 

1.3.00 

3.50 
20.97 
15.00 

5.00 
36.75 
15.00 


«1.00 
1.00 
10.00 


$L06 

10.00 

1.00 


$2.00 

.50 

19.10 

1.00 






82.00 


SIO.OO 




P. W. Bangle 

P.H.Pernell 

t'.M.Ervin 


4 
3 








5.70 


Belmont 








59.10 








4.00 


Bethel 


C.A.Caldwell 

W.B. McClure 

T. B.Davis 

J.J. Payseur 


5 
8 
6 








10.00 




1.00 
4.07 
2.00 
3.00 
10.00 


id 00 

8.86 
2.00 
2.50 
5.00 
42.76 


9. 00: 

5.70 1.75 

1.00 

2.50 


1.00 
1.00 

.38 
1.00 




27.87 




31.38 




8.54 




J.J. Payseur 

JiL. Vipperman — 
J. L. Vipperman __ 

J.M.Ballard 

W.H. Reddish - 

C.E.Beaver 

W.R.Gwaltney.— 

W.B. McClure 

J. A. Hoyle 

P. H. *■ ernell 

J.A. Hoyle 

C.A.Caldwell 

Baylus Cade 

W. B. McClure 

J. D. Moose 

D.M.Austin 

C.E.Beaver 

J.A. Hoyle 

J. J. Payseur 

B.L.Hoke..- 

J. J. Payseur 

J.T. Newtou 

VV.B. McClure 


13 
5 

59 
2 

10 
5 

16 

10 
S 

5 
4 

7 

""6 
1 
1 
10 
3 
7 
2 

"'26 
2 
4 
7 

10 
1 
3 
2 


15.00 




16. .50 




91.50 




24.17 






84.08 


Faith H 

Gastoxia, First 

Hebron 

Hickory 

Hickory Gi'ove 

High Shoals 

Kid's Chapel 

Luray 

Leonard's Fork 

Lincolnton 

Long Creek 

Lowel 1 . 

Macedonia 

McAdenville 

Mountain Grove 

Mt Holly 






4.35 


10.5. 11 


620. 75 


313.37 
2.00 

178.58 
2.50 


34.65 14.39 


12.00 


1,36.5.61 
6.00 


148.72 
1.00 


323. 75 
12.45 


25.50 14.51 
1.00 

1 




858.79 
29.95 
3.50 


1.49 

"iroo 

10.05 

'Too 


6.78 

1.00 

3.00 

20. 95 

""s.'so 

25.00 


25.80 


L51 


1.75 
1.00 




58.30 
17.00 


2.60 
30.32 
10.44 




13. 60 








98.07 








25.44 








13. 50 






25.60 




50.60 


3.50 

4.80 

22.40 

16.00 

12.00 








3.50 


2.15 
9.10 

"i.'oo 


"'i4."34 
5.00 
2.20 


2.15 
7.00 
5.00 
2.05 








9.10 


1.00 
2.00 
1.00 


"3^00 


1.25 


.5.5.09 
31.00 
18.25 












2.00 


2.46 


2.00 










6.46 












Mt.Zion 

Newton 

Olivet 


W.B. McClure 

T.B.Davis 

T.B.Davis 

J. A. Rector 

C.E.Beaver 


10.25 
2.3.01 
26. 25 


4.25 
11.04 
13.35 


16.50 
19.98 
10.96 


.3.45 
61.44 
31.04 


'"2726 
1.80 


""r25 
1.00 


"'i.l9 
2.01 


34.45 
120. 47 
86.41 




9.00 
1.50 
1.00 
3.70 

20.50 
8.00 

14.00 
1.00 
.5.58 
7.85 
3.00 
1.00 


1.60 


.3.10 



5.43i 







20.13 




1.00 




2.50 






1.50 


L20 


1.50 








5.20 




C E. Beaver 

J. D. Moose 

J A Hoyle 


9 
24 








3.70 


SaJera 

Sandy Plains 


6.00 
1.00 
4.00 
1.00 
2.75 
1.16 
1.00 


15.50 
1.00 
4.00 
1.75 
3.00 
2.65 
1.00 
2.25 


6.35 




2.00 
L75 




50.35 
11.75 


J. A. Hoyle 


3 


9.08 




31.08 








3.75 


Startown 

Thessalonica L 


T.B.Davis 

J.J. Payseur 


4 
3 


3.85 
3.32 
3. 25 


LOOl .50: 

1.00 LOO 

1 


16.68 
16.98 
8.25 




L. A. Bangle 


2 


1.00 


j 


4.2.> 




! 




Total 


295 


4676 


890.36 


370.80 


'1,211.73 

1 


793. 99 


73.47! 72.13' 18.753,431.23 












1 



SOUTH RIVER. 



Antioch T.J.Baker 

Autryvillp I J.A.Smith 

Baptist Chapel J.M.Fleming 

Beulah 1 R. Honeycutt 



Brown's 

Canaan 

Centre 

Clement 

Concord 

Elizabeth 

Fayettevillk. 
Hickory Grove.. 



J.M.Page . 

T.J.Hood 

J.O.Tew 

J.W.Cobb 

M. A. Stephens. 
W.R.Johnson.. 

J.J.Hall 

R. C.Sandling-. 



117 
66 

193 
28 
541 
41 



18 158 

... 175 
3 89 
9 311 

...I 47 



87. 



7.83 



11.52 

"785 



10.68 



1.8: 



8.86 

1.00 

55.00 



18. 84' 
2.00' 
1.75 
2.00 
4. 51 
5.00 

10 49 



6.17 

1000 

52.89 

.25 

7.20 



207.73 



1.62 
.3.15 
.5.45 
1.75 
108.39 



2.00.. 



6.08 4.29,. 
".'sOl 



29.85 



2.00 



2.00 
'12750 



41.67 

14.72 

111. 69 

6.6» 
14. 60^ 

6.00 
48.68 
19.61 
34.90 

8.89 
473.12 



ASSOCIATIOXAL STATISTICS. 



105 



SOUTH RIVER— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


1 

ft 
ce 

M 


ft 

5 

(0 

s 


a 
c 

o to 


S 

a 


a 
a3 

fa 


a 

J3 
ft 




a 
■S.2 


3 

an 


M 

2c 

02 


i 





W.A.Johnson - 




130 
7S 


S7.40 
8.43 

12.04 
6,00 
4.65 

21.95 

12.55 
4.16 
3.00 

'"76.I9 

43.25 

9.85 

34.00 




82.80 


53.05 








$13.25 




John Prevatt 

J.W.Cobb 

W.R.Johnson 


2 








8.43 




2 92 

1 82 


81.32 
.75 


6.14 
1.10 


4.40 
.90 




SI. 52 
.50 




25.42 


Mill Creek 


9.25 






16 
IS-? 


1.65 


Mt. Elam 


W.M.Page 

J . L. Stewart 

C.I. Tew — 


11 


"sroo 

4. .52 

1.50 

.75 

4.5.00 

26.42 

'iSroo 


1.50 
5.00 
3.22 










23.45 




10 18.=i 






1000 




21.56 






SS 






11.80 


Royal's Chapel- 


J.M.Page. 




27 
29 
21.5 
296 
47 
92 


2.50 
2.00 

47. 32 

101.65 

2.21 

20.00 










7.00 




J.W.Cobb 












3. .50 


Salembcrg - - 




11 
15 
10 


29.18 
6.. 00 
2.60 
12.54 


"2^50 


"5^00 


12.62 
3.25 


234.11 


Spring Branch 

Union Grove 


J. A. Campbell 

W.M.Page 

J. L.Stewart 


242.06 
14.66 


White Oak. 




1.10 




82.64 










Total 


109 


2831 


408. 64 184. 44 


482. 02 


311.54 


40.43 


30.71 


15. 86 


1,479.26 







SOUTH YADKIN. 



Advance* 

Beulah 

Bethel 

Berea * 

Cleveland 

Calvary 

China Grove 

Corinth* 

Chestnut Hill 

Cornatzer* 

Cooleemee 

Dunn's Mountain 

Euon 

Eaton's 

East Spencer 1; 

Fork 

Farmington 

Faith 

Gay's Chapel * 

Harmony * 

Ijames Ci'oss Roads* I 

Island Ford ! 

Jerusalem 

Mocksville 

Mooresville 

New Hope 

New Bethany * 

Phaniels 

Spencek 

Society 

South River 

Shady Grove* 

Salisbury 

Statesville 

Statesville, West Avenue 
Trading Ford * 



E. L. Weston. 
C. E. Beaver . 



2 521 5.00 

3 93| 3.00 3.OO1 



R. L. Davis 

V. M.Swaim .. 
J. A.Summey. 
W.R.Davis... 



J.N.StallingS- 
C.S.Cashwell- 
■I. J. Adams . .. 

W.R.Davis 

J. A.Summey. 
C.S.Cashwell. 
W. R.Davis ... 
E. L. Weston .. 
E. L. Weston... 

W.R.Davis 

V. M.Swaim .. 



1 142 
.. 67 

2 89 
6 108 
5 54 



21.00 7.00 



18. 00 4. 00 
lO.OOj 3.00 
20. 00 2. 00 



C.S.Cashwell 

C. E. Beaver 

J.J.Adams 

C.S.Cashwell 

J.N.Stallings 

V. M.Swaim 

R.L.Davis 

W R.Davis 

J.M. Dunnaway. 

V. M.Swaim 

V. M.Swaim 

W.J. Wyatt 

R.E. Neighbor 

C.A.Jenkins 

J. F. Mitchener 



1 

1 
21 
12 

8 

2 

7 
13' 243 

3: 80 

7! 46 

I 33 

,...! 14 



50.00 
10.00 
25.71 
4.66 

7.50| 
25.00 



5.00' 
3.00 
16. 95 
15. 16 
5.00 
5.00! 
3.00: 



.5.00 
6.00 
45.37 
15. 52 
12.00 
6.00 
3.00 



1.00, 
12.41 
2.351 
2.00; 
5.00 



Total. 



61.10] 12.24: 



33. 62 
11.00 
5.25 



1| 42 

4 146 

6 109 

3; 90 

10 92 

... 106 

5' 46 

7, 179 

8 158 

11: 111 

1| 52 

57 302 

6 171 

32 158 

I 118' 



8.00; 
2.00 
2.00 



2.00 
24.52 

3.20 

2.50 
20.00 

2.46. 

15. 00; 

22.00 
2.50 
1.00 



5.00 
13. 27 

2.49 
10.00 
15.00 



25.00 

29.21 

4.00 

4.00 



1.00, 



6.00 

4.00. 

61.85' 11.30' 
40.00; 13.46 



70.00 
12.00 
4.00, 
10.00 



7.00 
6.0.5! 
2.00, 

2.00 



87.00 25.00 
48.00' 11.00 
15. 37! 3. 00: 
4. 00 1. 50: 
36.73, 67.251 
165.28162:271 
48. 00: 10.00 



3.161 
1.00 
33. 10: 
40.00 
10. 00 
1L25 
3.00 

i.oo; 

150. 00 

12.00; 

4.00 

1.50 

164.711 

267. 89, 

15.00 



1.00 2.00 



5.00 2.00 



.3.00, 2.00. 
2.25 4.45!. 
l-.OO l.OOL 



1.00 
3.00 
1.71 



3.00 



1.00. 
2.00'. 
.&5!. 
1.00. 
3.00;. 



7.50 2.50|. 
5.00 5.00'. 
1.00; .50. 
1.00;. 



3.50 
2.00 

20.00 

37. 42 
.5.00 

26.00 

5.00 

3.00 

100.00 

25.00 

13.75 
3.35 

70.75 
100.00 

32.61 



LOO 1.00. 



5.00, 
5.00 
5.00' 
2.00: 



245 3416 924.82 393.83: 866.40, 648.24 



1.50. 
3.00. 
2.00. 
3.85'. 

1 LOO. 

.50, ..50,. 

30.00 10.00. 

3.00' 2.00'. 

2.00 2.00. 

I 1.00. 



15.00 10.00. 
5.00; 5.00. 



107.96 70.95'. 



18.00 
15.00 
97.32 
30.68 
44.00 
30.70 
30.00 



50.00 
20.00 
80.91 
15.06 
23.00 
71.00 
8.21 
123.34 
102.83 
2L00 
13.25 



15.66 

7.00 

132. 75 

138.88 

99.00 

6L15 

15.00 

17.50 

402. 00 

101.00 

40.12 

11.35 

339.44 

720. 44 

115. 61 



3.012.20 



STANLY. 



Albemarle 

West Albemarle 

Anderson's Grove _ 

Barbee's Grove 

Big Lick 



B.W.N.Simms 

C.J. Black 

E. M. Brooks — 
H.G.Bryant.... 
A.C.Davis 



6 180 


47. 05 


16.85 


44.50 


46. 43 


10.00 


10.00 




82 239 


13.93 


5. (K) 


11.42 


10.00 


3.00 


2. 65 




8; 140 


2.00 


2.00 


6.00 


7. .50 


1.00 


2.50 




3 51 


2.00 


2. (H) 


2.00 


3.00 


1.00 


1.00 




17 142 


8.00 


6.00 


12.50 


10.00 


2.00 


2.00 





106 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



STANLY— Continued. 



Churches. 



Pastors. 



« 



■ji 









O n 



§S 



Chaney's Hill 

Canton 

Corinth 

Cotton ville 

Ebenezer 

Howell's 

Kendall's 

Gold Hill 

Locust 

Mission 

Mineral Springs 

Norwood 

New London 

Palmerville 

Pleasant Grove 

Philadelphia 

Prospect 

Silver Springs 

Union Grove 

Collections at 

Total 



Asso 



A.C.Davis 

A.C.Davis 

J.R.Miller 

C.J. Blacli 

J.R.Miller 

C.J. Black 

C.J. Black 

E.M.Brooks 

R. H. James 

J. S. Harris 

G. L.Eudy 



13 57] 
3' mi 
-_J 130 
9 109 
6 93 
3 148, 
27, 164 
—I 34 
1351 



SI. 50 31.50 
3.00 3.00 



C.J.Black.... 
J.R.Miller... 
E.AI. Brooks 
H. G. Brvant- 
J. R.Miller ... 
C.J.Black-... 
E. M. Brooks 
elation 



7; 

10 

8 53' 

...I 67j. 

12 53. 

4 78 

7 105 

7 43 

4 76 

18, 300 

... 43. 



8.00 
3.50 
16.18 
6.00 
5.00, 
2.00 
4.00 
2.00 
.50 



3.00 
2.00 
4.00 
4.65 
2.50 
1.00 
.3.00 
1.00 
.50 



SI. 50 
10.00 
7.00 
10.00 
17.00 
15. 00 
15.00 
1.00 
8.00 
2.00 
.25 



?2.00 SI. 00 SI. 00 

6.50, 1.00 

2.OOI 
2.00; 
2.00 
2.25 
3.00 
.50 



8.00 
5.00 
12.00 
13.51, 
9.51 
5.00, 
5.00. 
2.00. 
2.00 



3.15 
2.00 
8.00 
2.00 
2.00 
1.00 
2.50 
1.00 
.25 



14.00 
6.24 
3.00 
4.66 

13.00 
2.00 

59. 10 



2.00 
5.00 
1.50 
1.50 
2.16 
6.00 
L50: 



3. 15 . 

24.00 
2.00 
2.00 
4.75 

15.00 
2.00; 



15.00 
3.00 
2.00 
9.00 

20.00 
3.00 

14. 14 



3.00 
1.00 
.50 
.88 
2.00 
1.40 



3.35 
2.00 
1.00 
1.11 
4.00 
1.00 



254 2643, 226. 61 , 77. 66, 216. 07| 



199.45, 43.28 48.51 

I I 



hTONE MOUNTAIN, 1905. 





E. Handy 


2 29 














Dehart 


Grant Colhren 

D.J.Roberts 

Grant Cothren 


..1 56 
















. 25 














Fair Plains 


. . 47 


1.00 i.oo 


1.70 




LOO 


1. 00 5. 70 




William Key 


8 19 






45 














M t. Pisgah 

Mt. Valley 

Mt Zion 


Grant Cothren 

G. W.Adams 

G. W. Johnson 

C. Blivens 


21 62 
















8 41 

ll 37 


15.00 












15.00 
















3 141 

1 16 


2.00 
































7 22 


















53 
















J. A. Williams 


20 














j 


Rock Springs 

Trap Hill 


W. H. Key 

J.W.Brown 

C. Blevins . 


2 17 






40 176 

4 113 


15.75 









2.63 
5.50 


10.00 


28.38 




atiou 








8.50 












' 










Total - .- 


97 919 

1 


33. 7a! 1. 00 10. 20 




9.13 


ILOO 


60.80 















STONEY FORK, 1905. 







1 








, 


Boone's Fork 

Bufliilo Cove 

Doe Ridge 

Elk 




57 . 














I C.Miller 


6 93 . 




12.75 






1 


12.75 




! 41. .. 








1-— — 




D. M. Wheeler 

I.C.Miller 


5 14 















Laurel Fork 

Mt. Vernon 

Mt. Ephriam 

Mt. Paran 

Middle Cane 


....1 86 




2.00 
5.56 


i.oo 

4.00 






3.00 


J.M.Payne 

W.N. Church 


1 164 

.. 67 










9.56 










W.N. Church 

J.E.Greene 


2 28 






. 










1 22, 






.50 








.50 














New River 

Poplar Grove 

Stony Fork 

Watauga — 

Yellow Hill 


P. H. Haire 

J. M. Paine 

William M.Lee. 

E. M.Gragg 


■"i "44 .-.:.::: 




.25 

.57 

9.95 


1.80 






2.05 


2 92 




.25 
1.15 




.82 


5 164 








11.10 


80 












119 






2.72 






2.72 
















Total 


231071 




31.08 


U.42 






42.50 



















ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



107 



SURRY. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


oi 
M 


2 

a 

a) 


g 

02 


a 
_o 

m QQ 

Si 


03 

a 
C.2 


a 

03 

ft 

u 




a 
■3.2 

11 

M S 

1" 


1 

(uS 
< 


m 

^0 


"5 



Antioch _ 


W. H. Beamer 

S. E. Gentry 





75 

8 


86.00 


SI. 00 


$4.60 


«19. 50 








S31. 10 












Corinth 


A.J.Williams 

J. T. Kirk 


2 


63 


1.55 
.61 


.52 
.52 












2 07 




2 57 


2.06 


1.05 




$0.61 




4.85 


Copeland 


S.E.Gentry 

J.E.Smith 

W.F.Staley 

S.E.Gentry 

James Bennett 

0. C. Arringlon 

J. J.Beack 


9 
14 

20 

8 
1 
2 
9 


58 
50 

170 

79 

7 

120 

125 
53 
46 
62 
62 
25 
33 
76 

109 
57 
41 
51 
21 
53 
77 




Dob.son 


17.00 

14.40 

1.75 


"iLOS 
1.50 


7.70 

26.59 

2.50 


2.00 

61.48 

1.50 








26.70 


Elkin 








113.52 


Gum Orchard 




11.50 




8.75 


Hill's Grove. 




TTolly .Kprings 


.50 
16.10 

3.78 


1.00 
5.27 


8.I2 


.50 
11.25 
1.60 
2.60 

"'"2.'57 
1.00 








2 00 






1.40 
1.00 





42.55 


Mt. Hermon 


C. F. Fields 


6 38 




S E. Gentry 

J. T. Kirk 


2 
2 






2.60 


Mountain View 


.40 




1.00 








1 40 


New Hope. . 


A.J. Williams . 




1.28 




3.85 


Oak Grove. .. 


C.H.Stone. 


1 
6 
9 


1.00 
2.00 
11.46 
6.25 
.90 
7.50 






2.00 


Piney Grove 


T.G.Martin 

C.F.Field.s 

W"H. Beamer 












2 00 








16.52 
2.51 
1.00 

13.13 

1.50 

1. 85 

.75 

2.50 








27. 98 


Rockford 












8.76 


Rocky Ford 


A.J. Williams 

J.J. Beach. 


1 
7 
5 
3 
3 
2 









.50 




2.40 


Ronda .. . . 


2.15 


7.65 


30.43 


Salem 


C.H.Stone. 








I 50 


















1.85 




S.E. Gentry 

W.H. Beamer. i.„ 










.75 




1 .50 


White Plains. 




3.38 




5 88 












Total 


108 157S 


91. 20 


26.39 


60. 62 


144.82 




7.04 




330 07 

















TAR RIVER. 
















Antioch 


E.L. Fox . - 


8 


59 


10.00 


1.56 


1.00 


1.62 








14 48 


Aurora 












Battleboro 


C.C.Williams 

N. W. Bobbilt 


16 

18 

2 

7 
3 
5 

8 

5 


64 

180 
29 
74 

124 
70 
81 

133 

182 
61 
29 

200 
19 

135 

139 
35 
26 
71 

134 
93 
97 

101 
26 
73 

174 
44 

173 
4 
47 

131 

1.50 
81 
34 


18.10 
14.93 
10.50 

3.38 
62.75 
16.50 
12. 50 
10.00 
12. 00 
21. 00 

7.00 
20.80 

5.00 
12.50 
31.40 
15.00 
19.00 
35.00 

5.00 
31. 00 
10.00 
23. 00 

8.(»0 
15.00 
35.15 
19.00 
135. 65 

2.00 
21. 45 
16.00 
180. 89 
.32.35 
24.60 




i.0.5 

2.08 
2.00 


30.07 
3.00 








49. 22 


Bear Swamp 








20 01 


Bethel . 








12. 50 


Bethlehem .. . 


W.Bobbitt 

T.J.Taylor 

J. A.Stradley 

G.W.May 

R.D.Carroll 

G.M.Duke 

A.G.Wilcox 

T.J.Crisp. ... . 










3 88 


Brown's 

Cary's Chapel.. 

Castalla . 


10. 88 
7.00 


47.20 
16.25 


63.75 
7.00 


5.00 


6.02 
5.00 


195.60 
51.75 
12 50 


Cedar Branch 

Cedar Rock. . 


3.00 
2.00 
1.45 


4.00 
1.50 
2.15 


2.50 
2.00 

11.50 
4.31 

10.00 




.3.00 
1.50 
1.00 


"SLOO 


22.50 
20 00 




37 10 


Conoha . 


11.31 


Corinth . . .. . 


E. D. Poe 

J. W. Sledge 


14 


3.39 


90.00 


4.83 






129. 63 


Crocker's Chapel 






5.00 


Cypress Chapel . .. 


G.M.Duke 

J. L. Rogers 

T. L. Vernon.. 


7 
5 


4.50 
1.55 
1.80 
2.50 
5.00 


2.50 
2.01 
3.25 
4.00 
3.00 


7.06 
2.5.00 
12. 00 
3.05 
3.25 






2.50 
"I'.Tb 


29 00 


Dawson's 

Eagle's. 


"Tso 

2.40 


1.25 
1.80 
2.00 


61.16 
35. 35 


Ebenezer 

Elm City 


T. L Vernon 

J.T.Jenkins 

J.E. Hocutt 


1 

"24 
8 
5 
3 
5 
2 


34. 70 
46.25 


Elm Grove 








5.00 


Enfield 1 


6.43 
10.50 


14.83 
10.50 
5.81 


50.00 
6.20 
2.25 


IIIIII 


2.00 
8.64 
7.19 




104. 26 


Enterprise 


S.L.Morgan 


45 84 


Ephesus . 


87.75 


Everett's. . 


J. T. En banks 

G.W.May 


8.00 


Fishing Creek 


"I'll 
5.00 

171.00 
1.00 
3.34 
2.62 
22.95 
5.98 
1.57 


7.45 
5.15 
3.30 

64.80 
1.00 
3.41 

27.00 

14.5. 00 

4.36 

9.13 


5.00 

71.33 

10.59 

148. 66 

1.00 

20.21 

12.90 

208.54 

16.19 

6.50 






4.00 
6.42 

"a 00 


31 45 


Gaidener's 

Gethsemane 


W.J.Jones 

J. L. Rogers 

J. E. Ayscue 


5.39 


3. 23 
2.40 


131.42 
40 29 


Gkeenville . . . 


525 11 


Halifax 


A.G.Wilcox 

J.W.Nobles 







1.00 
1.60 


6 00 


Hamilton 


48.41 


Harriss' Chapel 


Ben Dunn . 


12 


58. 58 


Henderson 


J.D. Larkin 





25.00 
2.30 


"Tso 


582 38 


Hickory 

Hobgood 


G, W.Mav 

J.D.Howell 


1 
2 


62.68 
41.80 



108 



K. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 





TAR RIVEB 


—Continued. 














Churches. 


Pastors. 


g 
a 


a 
5 

S 
a 


a. 

5 

Is 


a 


aj'm 


a 

ho-/! 



1 

0. 




a 
-3.2 

11 
M 


2 


CO 

-a a 
< 


Is 

-02 


1 


John's Chapel 

Jovuer's Chapel 


.1. H.Hutchinson . 

G.M. Duke 

S. L. Morgan 


— 1 48 
5 101 


2.00, 

10.00 

78.76 34.00 


2.00 
10.00 
39.17 


3.00! 

3.00 

67.88 10.00 


.50 
2.50 
9.10 




7.50 
25.50 


Littleton 


16 


135 
209 
105 


238. 91 




E. L.Fox . 


11 


13.44 .80 

30. 25 

30. 00' 3. 00 


3.68 
35.00 
5.00 


2. 03 

40.00!.. . 


'1752 





19. 95 


Macon 


T.J.Taylor 

G. M. Duke 


8 97 


107. 77 


Maple Springs 




185 

.5,S 


15. 00 

45. 78 
9.68 
2.21 
4.00 




53.00 


A. Cree 

W.R.Cullum 

G. W. Coppedge ... 
T. L. Vernon 


3 


10.00 

31.83 

8.00 

12.32 




ri.oo 

4.00 


2.78 
5.94 




69.56 


Middleburg 


111 76 
6 62 


15.92 


22.80 


13.88 


103. 05 
10.21 
27.19 


Mildred 




32 
83 

156 

166 
32 

144 
79 
65 

''OR 


2.28 


4.50 

sfoo 

6.55 

6.25 

100.00 

20.00 


i. 0.3 


1.50 
2.50 
2.00 
4.60 


1.56 




G. W. Holmes 




2. 50 2. 50 
13.00 5.00 
26. 34 4. 25 
29. 25 4. .50 
25.00 9.00 
35.00 20.00 


2. .50, 5.75 

5.00 

6.50 







15. 75 


Mount Hebron 

Mount Zion 


A. G. Wilcox : 


5 

11 


30.00 
48.24 






49.78 
16.3:5 
3.00 




89.78 


New Bethel 

New Hope 


A. D. Hunter 

J.T.Jenkins 


15 





4.00 
5.00 


L85 


156. 18 
78.00 












O. N. Marshall 

G. L. Merrell 

J. L. Rogers 


.33 


25.00 10.00 
177.00 70.20 
11.75! 6.42 


5.00 

117.20 

4.50 


13.50: 10.60 
136. 82i 5. on 






63.50 


North Rocky Mount 


44 192 
10 61 






506.22 


7.15 








29.82 






20 

198 
















Peach Tree . 


G.M. Duke 

J.E.Hocutt 

T.J.Crisp 


19 


21.80 
23. 53 

5.00 
15. CO 
14.25 
45.00 

8.00 




12.90 


7.62 




3.00 




45. 32 




12 194 


23.53 




1 
9 

8 
20 

1 


b 

136 

56 

360 

61 

182 

83 

180 

18 

137 

15 

141 

344 

70 

291 

317 

405 

150 

73 

99 

15 

50 

40 

172 

103 

154 

13 

29 

76 

154 

188 

146 

129 

100 

357 

IS 

43 






1.75 
1.63 
6.05 

26.68 
4.00 
6.00 

37.10 
5.00 
5.40 

81. 06 
3. 75 

40.70 
378. 76 

12 45 








6.75 




J.E.Hocutt 

J.W.Nobles 

G.M. Duke 

N. \^^Bobbitt 

A.G. Wilcox 












16.63 




2.00 
2.10 
4.00 


2.00 
43.35 

1775 
3.00 


1.50 
40.00 


LOO 
6.70 




26.80 


Poplar Springs 


162.83 
16.00 


Red Bud 


15.00! .67 
37. .501 5.00 


:::::: 




23. 42 


Red Oak 


G.W.May-. 


5 
5 




4.00 






86.60 






15.00 
1.90 




20.00 




R.D.Carroll 




1.68 
17.00 
2.50 
25.00 
258.00 
.3.00 
6.00 

"594712 
4.70 






8.98 




J.K. Henderson .. 
J. T. Eubank .„ 


12 


6O.&5I 10.00 

5.00 

12.00 

2.54.351 72.00 
14.00 2. .50 
25.00 5.00 
32.00 5.58 

676..36'457.39 
25. 00 


3.95 






172. 66 








11.25 


Rock Spring 

Rocky Mount 


E.D.Poe 

B.Craig. 


17 
27 
3 
18 
14 
24 
16 


5.00 
8.00 






82. 70 


16.28 


25 00 


1,012.39 


Rosemary 

Samaria 


J.K. Henderson .. 

J. R Cullum 

G.M. Duke 

G.T. Lumpkin 

J. W.Jones 




31.95 


8.70 

10.50 

810. 92 

66.83 


10.00 


5.00 




.59. 70 
47.-58 


Scotland Neck .. 


50.00 
5.00 


52.00 


15. 04 


2, 685. 83 
101. 53 












O.N.Marshall 


22 


10.00 








17.50 




10.00 


37.50 



















25. 00 - 


40.00 


16.50 
2.50 








81.50 




E. D Poe 


7 
2 
15 
6 
4 


10.00 










12.50 


8tonv Creek 

Sulphur Springs 


B.Craig 


75.00 

9.00 

76.00 

20.00 

7.28 

10.35 

37.43 

151.65 


4.00 
"l2.'00 


70.00 
13.50 
12.50 


53.25 
10.00 
47.50 

— 


3.00 


2.00 
1.52 


3.45 


210.70 


(). R. Mangum 

C.V.Brooks 

C.G.Lowe - 


34.02 
148.00 


Tillery 








20.00 


Turkey Branch 


A.G.Wilcox - 


LIO 

8.00 

9.10 

166. 63 


3.12 

9.03 

4.65 

129. .55 

78. .50 

87. 75 

16.00 

98. 97 


loo! 

4.29 

2.3.90 1.70 
171.41 41.00 


.50 
3.06 
4.40 
17. 25 
10.09 
20.00 
11.00 


"7.'25 

'Km 
fi on 


13.00 


S. L. Morgan 




34.73 


Warren Plains 


T.J.Taylor 

T.T.Taylor 

I.M.Mercer 

H.A.Miller 

R.D.Carroll 

T.J.Jenkins 

J. L. Rodgers 


15 
6 

18 
.... 

35 


91.18 

684.74 


Washington 

Weldon 

Williamson 


64.85 88.11 
128. 97 124. 06 
.38 25 IJ on 


5.00 
124. 94 
66.99 
60.00 


"25r00 


246.55 
526. 85 
152. 24 


187. 80 
9.00 


67.00 






413. 47 


Whitakers \ 






9.00 


White Level H 


J. W. Sledge 


13 
716 




.._:..-:l__:....i 
















Total 


* 


3.614.71 


t 


1,374.45 


3.333.57 271.79 


284.10 412.3311510.01 












. 









* Membership 10, 635. t Contributions to Home Missions «1, 518. 96. 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



109 



TENNESSEE RIVEK. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


00 

a 

a 


S 
£ 

JO 

S 

O) 


5C 

5 

'S 


s 


a 
c2 

SCcc 

•5.2 
fa 


0^ 
Cj 

a 

c3 

.a 
p. 

O 


a 
-3.2 

li 


2 
13 .S 

< 


li 

xn 


3 

o 
Eh 


Autloch * -- — 


A. L. Beck . 




70 
51 
192 
175 
30 

130 
28 
61 
104 
20 
21 
50 
21 
70 
197 
112 
76 
42 
80 
17 
42 
20 
96 
35 
15 
65 
94 
113 
130 
150 
102 
45 


SI. 75 


SI. 75 






1 




S3. 50 




J. S. Stanberry 

T.F.Deitz 

J. A. Ammons 

T.J.Calhoun 


5 
14 
13 














Bryson City 


5.00 


10.00 


85.00 
5.00 
1.00 


S5.00'S22.65 
10.00 - - - 







47.06 
15.00 


Bone Valley* . 




1.00 










3.00 


Bnflalo (Indian) * 


A.Cornsilk - 














J. S. Woodard 


6 
"l6 




















1.00 




l.CO 






2.00 


(Chambers' Creek *_. 


J. A. Ammons 

T.J. Monteilh 

D.S. Lindsay 

S.M Crisp 

D.S. Col lev 


1.75 
24 60 






1.75 


Fornev's Creek 




1.00 










25.60 
















Fair View* 








-• 














Hewitt's* 


J. S. Stanberry 

A. L. Beck 




Indian Creek 


1.00 

""i.'oo 

.75 


i.oo 

1.00 


i.oo 


1.00 








4.00 


Luftv-- - — 


T. D.Watson 

G. W.Orr . 


27 

8 

16 

4 

"1 
4 

1 
6 

1 








1.00 


Lone Oak * __ . 




i.oo 








2.00 


Mt. Zion . _ - 


J.S.Smiley 

T. J.Monteith 

J. S. Stan berry 

J.S. Woodard 

H. J.Hogue 

T. N. Freeman 

S.M.Crisp „ 


3.35 
1.00 
1.35 










4.10 


Myrtle Spring * 










1.00 


Maple Spring 




i.C.5 








3.00 


Nautahala 










Pleasant Grove *- 














Parrish Chapel 

Panther Creek _. 


i.oo 


8.75 
'1'35 




1.50 








11.25 


Round Hill-- 


J.S.Smiley 












4.35 


Piney Grove . 














Santeetla * 


G. W. Orr 




















Sweetwater . 


S. Jordan. 




















Stecoah 


T.J.Monteith 

H. J.Hogue 


3 










i5.00 




15.00 


Tennessee River 


















Tuskeegee- 


G. W.Orr 


42 
2 

i 








3.00 








3.00 


Union Hill - -. - 


H. J.Hogue 

G. W.Orr . 








8.22 






3.22 


Yellow Creek*- 












Mingus Creek * T^ . . 






















172 


2472 


10.50 














. Total 


35.55 


12.00 


25.15 66-62 


1 


149.82 








1 







THREE 


FORKS. 














Antioch 


J. H. Farthing 


21 168 
2 112 


















Bethel 


«5. 2,^ 


sio.oo 

15.14 


S20.00 
69.77 
3.50 
2.00 
10.23 
6.04 
2.10 
31.00 
2.06 
2.25 


.120.00 
8.00 
1.35 
1.00 








S55. 25 


Beaver Dam 


L.A.Wilson 

L.C.Wilson 


19 111! - 




S2.05 





94.96 


Bethany 




47 


4.85 


Beech Mountain _ _ _ 


Solomon Younce. 
J. J. L. Sherwood— 

J.M.Payne 

I.W.Thomas 

J. H. Farthing. - - 


1 


127 

•'0 




3.00 


Boone-- 












10.28 


Brushy Fork . 


13' 197 
1 36 






4.32 








10.36 


Blowing Rock 


.S .^9 


4.60 




2.10 




12.19 


Cove Creek - 




144 

87 ^ _ ^ 






31.00 


Cool Spring _.- - 


J.M.Payne 

C.S. Farthing 

A. W. Osborne 

J.F.Eller 


6 










2.06 


Clark's Creek 


1! 3S 


2.00 








4.25 


Elk Knob . 


1| 62 

7; 61 

2 33 

30 130 












Elk Valley 






3.00 

2.00 

21.18 


5.06 

.91 

6.25 








8.00 


Fall Creek 


David Gi'eene 

J.F.Eller. 












2.91 


Forest Grove.- 












27.43 


Elat Top 


E. D.Crisp.-. 




23 
67 














Flat Springs 


D. A. Greene 

C.R. Norris 

Edmund Greene.. 

L.A.Wilson 

L. C.Wilson 

J. H. Farthing 

D. A.Greene 

Edmund Greene.. 

I.C.Miller 

David Greene 


14 








.66 








.66 


Gap Creek. - - 


2 90 
5; 76 
12 178 
23 149 
5 82 
5 55 
3' 61 
l[ 38 




1.45 


.60 


.75 
1.25 








2.80 


Howard's Creek 









1.25 


Laurel Springs . 






16.06 
2.56 
5.15 
2.00 
1.00 
1.66 
5.77 




5.00 




15.00 


Meat Camp 

Mt. Calvary - 




"iroo 


2.20 
7.80 
3.73 
1.55 
1.00 
12.18 




4.76 
12.95 


Mt.Gilead 








6.78 


Mt. Lebanon . . 








2.55 


Middle Fork H 




5.00 








7.66 


Pleasant Grove 


10 186 











17.9 



110 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



THREE FORKS-Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


8 

an 

a. 


a, 
3 

B 


a 
.2 

© DO 

02 


a 

.2 


m 

a 
fl.2 


3 
a 

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11 

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2 

as 
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XI o 
CO 


1 


Pleasant Valley 


G. W. Privett 

L. C.Wilson 

L.A.Wilson 

C.S. Farthing.... 

J. P. Hagaman 

J.F.EUer ... 


lO' 160 
9 45 

4| 120 

...-I 18 

9 115 
9 49 
9 147 
7 167 
15^ 70 

263 3346 






$5.55 
5.00 
3.66 
1.00 
15.00 
11.11 


$8.40 








$18. 95 


Rich Mountain 












5.00 


South Fork— . 






2.60 
2.00 
5.00 
4.95 








6.26 


Shull's Mills 












3.00 


Sampson __ 












20.00 


Three Forks 












16.06 


Timber Bridge K 
















Union _ _ 


L.A.Wilson 

Solomon Younce. 
David Greene 






5.00 
15.00 


1.45 
3.55 








6.45 


Zionville 












18.55 


Zion Hill ... 
















88.64 




1 > 








Total 


S87.19 


265.19 


107.90 


$9.15 




428.07 












1 







TRANSYLVANIA, 


1905. 














Brevard 




2 
10 

13 


132 
120 
48 
68 
51 
110 








19.75 








10.75 


Boilston 


A.O.Allison 

William Morris... 






5.00 
1.00 








5.00 


Blue Ridge . _ 














1.00 


Carr's Hill 




1.25 










1.25 


Carson's Creek 


J. P. Corn 












Cathey's Creek 


F.M.Jordan 


10 




1.25 


i.l5 










2.40 


Cedar Rock 












Dunn's Rock 


J.J.Gray. 


8 
22 


25 
146 






] 


















10.05 










10.05 




















Glady Branch 


N. W. Beck . . 




82 
41 
46 
126 
136 
140 
40 
104 
30 
70 
49 
131 
85 


















Glady Fork 


J. P. Corn 


!? 

23 
3 


















Laurel Creek . 


S.B.O.McCall 

Oscar ( irr 








1.16 








1.16 


Little River 














Mt. Moriah 


S.C.Owen. 






5.00 










5.00 




















New Prospect— 


F. M.Jordan 




















F. M.Jordan 






.75 
.25 












.75 


Pleasant Hill . 


W.C.Bowen 












.25 


Rocky Hill 

Shoal Creek 


A. W. Beck 




































Toxaway 

Turkey Creek 

Zion 


W.C.Bowen 

T.C.Holtzdam-... 


21 
5 


















.50 


1.50 


1.50 


L50 








5.00 










Collection at Associa 


tion 










5.20 


fl.ni 








14.21 






150 


1999 
















Total 


.50 S.OO' 28.90! 22.42 








169.47 























Thirteen churches gave $112.65 to " Missions.' 
TUCKESEIGEE. 





W.F.Cook 




48 
62 
22 
42 
70 
30 

160 
38 
48 
87 
99 
79 
71 

100 
24 
25 

132 

121 




















R L Cook 




















Big Ridge 

Buff Creek 












1.00 
1.00 








1.00 


J. T. Carson 


3 






1.00 








2.00 
















Cedar * 


W.F.Cook 

T. F. Arrington 


3 
15 




































Dick's Creek * 






1.00 




2.00 








3.00 


Dillsboro 


W. W. Marr 
















East Fork 


R.L.Cook 










1.00 








1.00 
























W.F.Cook 

R L. Cook 


2 




















1.00 


Loo 


1.66 

2.70 


i.o6 

2.70 








4.00 




J. T. Carson 

J. D. Sitton 

J. T. Carson 

R L Cook 


3 
5 
17 
20 
15 




_ 




5.40 


New Savannah H 

Ochre Hill 














.'25 
2.00 


1.00 
.25 


2.00 

.45 

2.00 


2.66 
4.00 








5.00 










4.95 


Scott's Creek 


J.T.Carson 






4.00 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



Ill 



TUCKASEIGEE- Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


a 

a 
M 


a 

5 

Ol 

a 


1 


a 




a 

Mm 

•S.2 


6 

M 

C5 

a 

c3 

a 
a, 

o 


d 
■35 

CO 3 


01! 


1§ 


i 

o 


Shoal Creek 


T. P\ Arrington 

J.H.Owen 


i 


109 



















Sol's Creek * . 


53 
53 

88 








$2.09 

1.00 

10.00 








82.09 




A. C. Queen 














1.00 




W.W.Marr 

L. W. Hooper 


4 


$10.00 


S2.50 


§5.75 








28. 25 












Webster 


A. W. Davis 

T. D. Watson 

J. T. Peck 


15 

9 


73 
81 
102 
131 


2.12 




2.00 


2.00 


1 




6.12 


Wilmot 
























1 


Zion Hill 


M.A.Love 


30 


.85 


1.65 




1.40 








3.90 














Total 


142 


1948 


16.22 


6.40 


17.90 


31.49 








71.71 















UNION. 



Antioch : 

Benton's Cross Roads 

Bethel 


M. D. L. Preslar. 

M. D. L. Preslar 

J. A. Bivens 

H. G. Bryant 

A. Marsh 


5 
11 

9 

9 
11 


70 

69 

48 

82 

90 

89 

48 

150 

80 

100 

155 

64 

95 

227 

339 

184 

273 

111 

73 

174 

84 

93 

41 

39 


.85 
2.00 
3.00 
2.00 
3.25 
2.50 

sfoo 


2.50 
1.50 
3.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
1.50 
2.00 


7.00 
4.00 
15.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5,00 
3.00 
8.00 


2.65 
3.00 
5.00 
6.00 




80.90 

.75 

1.61 

1.50 

1.00 




13.90 
11.25 
27.61 
16.50 


Deep Springs . 


3.25| 


13 50 




J. G. Gulledge 


3.00 
2.50 






12.50 


Fairfleld * . . _. 


T. P. Little 


1 
12 

4 
21 

6 




1 


7 00 


Faulks 


D. A. Snider 

J.L. Bennett 

A. Marsh 


5.00 




1 


18.00 


Hermon .... . 




1 




Hamilton's Cross Roads. 


3.37 
8.00 
2.00 
3.00 
14.87 
32.08 
5.00 
50.00 
2.50 
3.00 
8.00 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2.19 


3.33 
3.00 
2.00 
2.60 
7.41 

30.65 
5.00 

150.19 
2.00 
3.80 
5.00 
2.00 
1.00 
2.00 
3.15 


6.60 

11.00 

5.00 

7.00 

42.03 

67.00 

12.00 

200.00 

6.00 

10.00 

20.00 

2.00 

1.00 

1.00 

3.10 


5.89 
6.55 
6.66 
9.20 

23.55 

30.00 
6.00 

36.00 
4.05 
5.02 

20.00 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2.60 




1 


19.19 


Hopewell 


J. A. Bivens 

W. F. Estridge 




1.09 

1.00 

1.36 

4.711 

6.45 

1.00, 

15.00 

.70 

1.06 


29.64 
16 66 


Macedonia 

Marshvllle 


J. A. Bivens 

G. 0. Wilhoit 

B.S. Fuuderbunk. 

A. Marsh 

C.A. G.Thomas... 

H. H. Bryant 

M. D. L. Preslar 

J. L. Bennett 

D. A. Snider 

J.G.Gulledge 

S. R Brock 


2 
15 
45 
32 

"'§ 
8 
43 
13 

1 


23.16 
92.57 


Meadow Branch 


159. 73 


Mill Creek 

Monroe.. 

Mt. Pleasant 

Mt. Olive 

Mt. Harmony 


29.00 
451. 19 
15.25 
22.38 
53.00 


Mountain Springs 






8.00 


Mt. Moriah 

New Salem * 




i.oo 

.50 


5.00 
5 50 


New Home. 


A. Marsh 


5 






10 85 


New Hope * ... 












North Monroe H 


D. A. Snider 

J.L.Bennett 

G. 0. Wilhoit 

D. A. Snider. .'.. 

A.C.Davis L-. 

J. A. Bivens 


11 
23 
3 
5 
13 


80 
109 
123 
193 
119 

31 
133 

44 
162 

99 
187 


















Oak Grove. 


2.00 
2.70 
4.00 
2.00 
2.90 
2.00 
2.00 
3.15 
5.69 
5.00 


2.00 
2.74 
4.00 
2.00 
2.65 
1.25 

'To5 

5.59 
2.00 


7.00 
5.03 
12.00 
5.00 
4.84 
4.00 
5.00 
15.00 
30.00 
20.00 


7.50 
6.00 
5.00 
4.00 
2.20 
2.50 
2.00 
5.25 
9.19 
15.00 








18 50 


Olive Branch* 




3.50 


19 97 


Philadelphia. ... 


25.00 


Pleasant Hill 






13.00 


Roanoke 




1.90 


14 49 


Sandy Ridge 


T. P. Little 


U 
4 
6 

2 
4 


9 75 


Sardis 


M. D. L. Preslar.... 

M. D. L. Preslar. 

A. Marsh 






9.00 


Shiloh 

Union 




2.00 


28.40 
50 47 


Waxhaw 


J. W. Little 




i.00| 


43 00 






Total 


325 


4058 


185.96 


267.36 


558.50 


248.56 




48 03' 


1 303 41 













WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Andrews. 


T. F. Dietz .. 




27 
51 

38 


5.00 


5.00 












10 00 


Bethel 


H. J. Brown 
















Bethesda * 






















Fire's Creek 


W. A. Casada 




58 

57 




















J. T. PlatL 


4 


in no 


.50 
2.35 


4.06 


1.40 
3.00 


"2r22 


L15 
3.73 





17.11 
11 30 


Hanging Dog 


J.E.Norton 


249 


Little Brasstown* 






53 
140 
43 






Marble Springs :_. 


William Pruitt. 

C. F. Martin 











1.00 
.'40 








1 00 


Martin's Creek* 


1.00 




1.00 


.50 






2 50 


Mt. Pisgah 


M.S. Dills 


10 


66 5.00 


L55 




6.95 



112 



y. C. BAPTIST STATE C0XVEXTI0:N^. 



WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


2 


a 
5 
'2 

s 

o 


State 
Missions. 


IB 

a 
o 

|i 


C 

r- O 
•11 

12. 


6 

o 


a 


1 

■C.S 

< 


§2 

32 


3 

o 




R. A. Kinsev 




44 
50 
50 
24 
63 
49 


S2.25 


S2.00 


82.00 


30.75 








S7.00 






















1 


















I- - 1 












■R<iH Msirhlp * 










' 








A. W.Setzer 

A. S. Solesbee 

J.T. Piatt ... 


1 


10.00 


5.00 


2.00 
2.58 

.20 
1.00 

.22 


36 54 827.50 






81.04 


Mission Hill "^ 

Nantahala 

Peach Tree 

Shiloh * 


14 41 

4 162 

5 139 
.„. 28 

21 74 
1 111 










2.58 


8.39 
5.00 


1.31 
1.00 


1.25 
4.80 
1.04 
1.00 


' L05 


81.41 
2.00 




12.56 


J.T.Piatt 

S.A,R«ns 

S. A. Rains 

H. C. Whitaker. 


14.85 
1.26 




1.00 
3.00 






2.00 
2.00 




4.00 






5.00 












Total - 


601617 


50. 6J 


17.16 


13.06 


51.18 


30.77 


14.34 




177. 15 













WEST CHOWAN. 



Ahoskie 

Aulander 

Bethlehem 

Bethanj' 

Brantley's Grove 

Buckhorn 

Capeheart's 

Cashie 

Center Grove 

Chowan 

Christian Harbor 

Coleraine 

Connaritsa 

Creeksville 

Conway 

Elam 

Galatia 

Green's Cross Roads 

Harrellsville 

Hebron 

Hillside— 

Holly Grove 

Jackson 

Kelford 

Lawrence's Cross Roads. 

Lewiston 

Lasker H 

Margarettesville 

Mars Hill 

Meherrin 

Mt.Carmel 

Mt. Tabor 

JHur/reesboro 

Oak Grove -. 

Pine Forest 

Potecasi 

Pleasant Grove 

Republican 

Rich Square 

Roanoke 

Roquist 

RoberVs Chapel 

Ross' 

Sandy Run 

Seaboard 

Siloam 

Severn — 

St. John's 

Union 

Wlnton 

Woodland 



Total. 



L.M.Curtis 

W. L. Britt 

L.M.Curtis 

S. B. Barnes 

S. B. Barnes 

C. W. Scarborough 

T.T.Speight 

R.S.Gay 

L.M.Curtis 

M. A. Adams 

M.P.Davis 

M. P. Davis _■- 

T.T.Speight 

D.Cale 

Jesse McCarter 

J.R.Taylor- - 

D.Cale 

C. E Edwards 

M. P.Davis 

E.J.Harrell 

C. E.Edwards 

C.E.Edwards 

J.R.Taylor 

T.T.Speight 

S. B. Barnes 

R.S.Gay 

S. B. Barnes 

Jesse McCarter 

M.P.Davis 

Jesse McCarter 

J.R.Taylor 

A. T. Howell 

A.T.Howell 

W.L. Britt 

Jes.«e McCarter 

D.Cale 

E.J.Harrell 

W.L. Britt 

E.J.Harrell 

S.B.Barnes 

C.E.Edwards.. 
C. W. Scarborough 

T.T.Speight 

R.L.Gay 

J.R.Taylor 

B. Leggett 

Jesse McCarter 

D.Cale 

M. A. Adams 



E.J.Harrell 




457 * 1,681.69 t 1,980.32 2,143.72 394.64174.50 

I I ; 



* 11, il3 members. 1 1,2.30. 12 for Home Missions. 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



113 



WILMINGTON. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


s 

B 

ca 


ft 
"a 

.Q 

C 
0) 


G 

_o 

'm 
CO 


05 

o 

i| 


a 
d.2 


a! 

a 

A 
&• 

O 


a 

;3.2 

01 g 
K 3 


to 

< 


2 a 

•g.2 
£»« 

3<> 


1 
o 




C. H.Utley 




82 

no 

147 
55 

75 

48 

101 

265 

140 

69 

20 

21 

48 

24 

107 

55 

24 

117 

118 

107 

119 

84 

42 

28 

107 

145 

186 

49 

72 


»1 20' 

20. 00 810. 00 
10.00 7.50 


82.17 
15.00 
10.00 


"815."00 
22.15 


10.67 
5.00 
7.00 


81.14 

5.00 
3.50 


:e; 


85.28 


Barlow's Chapel 


M. C. Walton 

C. H.Utley 


1 


70.00 
60.15 
























































J. M. Bennett 

J . A. McKaughan. 
0. H.Utley 


"28 


30.00 
40 00 
23.00 
2.50 
5.00 
7.00 


5.00 
30.00 
12.00 
2.50 
1.00 


.53 84 
40.00 
17.00 
2.50 


10.00 
75.00 
30.00 
2.50 
4.00 


5.00 
25.00 
10.00 

1.50 


5.55 
25.00 
10.00 
2.00 
2.00 




108. 84 


Brooklyn 


235.00 
102.00 


Caswell 


C. H.Utley 

J. W. Smith 


2 


13.50 
12.00 


Castle Haynes * „. 


■J. M. Bennett 


1 


7.00 


















French's Creek 


J. B. Newton 




2.00 
8.50 
2.88 
5.00 
6.20 
6.50 
15.00 
10 00 
5.00 
4.00 
4.25 

5.oo; 

8.29 
5.00 
4.06 
1. 10 
1.00 
40.00 
12. 00 
8. 85| 
313.29; 
5.00 












85.00 


7.00 


Haw Blufl 


J. H. Dobson 




4.74 
4.40 
5.00 

1.87 
2.00 
5.00 
5.00 


""I.ll 
5.00 
20.00 
49.00 
5.00 
5.00 
3.60 
2.00 


4.85 

3.48 

4.76 

5.00 

27.30 

16.00 

15.00 

5.00 

2.50 

3.10 

13.00 

3.96 

69.00 

3.00 

2.00 

1.00 

36.50 

20.00 

15.90 

47.33 

8.00 






18.09 




J.H. Dobson 

E. C. Andrews 

J. M. Bennett 

M. (J. Walton 

C. H. Utley 

W. B. Riven bark.. 

J. D. Hocutt 

J. D. HofUtt- 


17 
3 

'II 
6 
3 

2 


2.00 


2.00 




19.07 




19.76 




"lEo 

5.00 


2.43 
2.00 
5.00 
3.00 




35.50 


Masonboro 

Moore's Creek 

Ml. Holly 


88.30 
51.00 
38. OC 
13.60 


Olivet 








8 5(? 


Provideuce *. . 


J. W.Smith 

W. B. Kivenbark.. 
J. D. Hocutt 


1 

7 




1..50 
8.00 




9.3s 


Riley's Creek * 

Shiloh 


4.00 

.83 

15.00 

1.00 

.60 

1.00 

10.00 

10.00 

3.60 

514. .30 

5.00 


5.00 

19.00 

14.00 

1.00 

.60 

1.00 

30.00 

15.00 

423. 47 

1,032.62 

5.00 


.3.5.00 
32 08 


SOUTHSIDE __ ._ . . 




9 
3 


10.00 


10.00 




123. 00 


Salem* 


J. W.Smith 

J. H. Dobson .- 


9 06 


SaltMarsh 




.30 


.60 


5 20 


Tar Laudiug 






4 00 


Teachey's . 

Wallace 

Well's Chapel. 


W. B. Riveubark.. 

J.A.Smith 

J.A.Smith 

F. D. Hale . . _. 


16 167 
18 115 
13; 260 
64; 704 

2 97 


5.00 

2.78 


5.00 
5.00 




126.50 

65.78 

4.57 82 


Wilmington 


"i.'oo 


"i.'oo 




1,707 54 




W.B.Rivenbark.- 


25 00 






Total ... — 


207 3927 


612.12 461.24 


1,781.11 


475.33 


81.45 


98.87 


5.60 3,915.72 










YAD 


KIN. 








Bean Shoals 


R. P. Coram 

W. A. Holleman .. 

J. J. Beach 

J.J. Beach 

R. P. Coram 

J. T. Kirk 


1 

1 116 

-...! 80 
12 228 
23 169 
12 67 
10 104 

2 116 
...J 56 

111 159 
17, 208 

3 44 


2.00 



23.00 
5.58 
1.00 
10.00 
5 00 
1.00 
1.75 
7.50 
1.50 
1.50 


1.00 
1.00 
15. .50 
4.50 
9.00 
1.85 
5.00 
2.00 
2.50 
4.35 

"loo 


1.00 
3.20 
30.00 
5.00 
1.00 
4.30 
5.00 

2.'00 
6.75 
2.75 


2.00 ..50 

2. 00 ."in 


6 50 


Bear Creek 


6 70 


Boon ville 

Cross Roads . 


58,00 
14.50 

2 00 


5.75 12.00 3.20 


146.95 

29 78 


Charity 




.50, 

2 50 
3".25'Io"o5 

1 


13,50 

18.65 

54.98 

5 00 




2 50 


East Bend 

Friendship* 


W. H. Beamer 

W. H. Vanhoy .... 

T.O.Myers 

J.J. Beach.. . 


26.73 
2.00 
4.65 

10.00 

5.00 




Foibush . .. 








10 85 


Flat Rock * 








28 60 


Huntsville _ 


J. I. Beach 




2.50l 

.50 


11 75 


Island Ford * 

Jonesville* 


R. P. Coram 


7 
3 
12 


86 
36 
137 


1.50 




4.50 


Oak Grove _ _ . 


W.V. Brown 


.50 


I.o5 


1.00 


2.00 




.50 


5 00 


Riehmond Hill 




Swann's * . 


W.V.Brown 

W.H. Vanhoy .... 
S.S.May-. 


14 

""5 
9 

2 
2 
3 


214 
125 
206 
113 
40 
31 
43 
















Shady Grove 


2.00 
3.00 
1.00 
1.50 
3.30 
; 3.00 


"irio 

1.00 


2.00 

" i."6o 

.1.00 


2.00 
4.50 
2.00 
2.83 
20.00 
4.00 






6 00 


Sandy Springs 






10 80 


Union Grove* 


R. P. Corain 

T.C.Myers 

J.J. Beach 






5 00 


West Bend 




1.00 


6 33 


Yadkinville * 


23 30 


Yadkin Valley. . 


E.W.Turner., 


1.00 






?ii 


8 50 




\ ' r 




Total 


148,2378 


, 64. 13 


54.00 


66.20 


168.21 


5.75 23.25 13.20 

1 1 


394 21 








i « 

























114 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



YANCEY. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


1 
a 


d 
3 

a 


State 
Missions, 

Home 
Missions. 


C 

C.2 


« 

p. 

5 


X a 


m 

< 


5"= 

Cfl 

02 






S.D.Tipton . — 




26 
162 
304 
70 
135 
64 
92 
279 
177 
47 
115 
95 
197 
70 
70 
42 
73 
194 
56 
69 
90 
23 
39 
128 
100 
25 
52 
38 
102 


.-.--.. SI. 00 
851.09 24.75 

5."00"'5r00 








! 


SI. 00 








sis. ii 



810.00 








98 95 


Bald Creek 


J.D.King - 












Bolin's Creek* 


B.B. Riddle 

M.W.Wilson 

J.C.Thomas 

B.B. Riddle 

W. A. Roberson— 

E.D. Silver... 

J F.Sams 


8 

"1 
4 

"ii 


"" "'I 






10.00 


Byrd's Chapel* 














1.00 1.00 
1 00 5.00 
2.00 8.00 










2.00 




200 


.95 si. 05 






10.00 










10.00 






j 






















Coffee Ridge 


J I. Farnor. 


































Elk Shoals 


B. B. Riddle 




.80 .80 
.50 


i.'oo 









1.60 


Higgin's Chapel 

Ivy Gap * 


J.D.King 

J D King 


s 
1 


1.50 












1 
.III.II. "l.OO 
1.10 8.62 
— 1.00 















S.D.Tipton 




1.00 

12.87 
1.00 




B.B. Riddle 


3 


3.15 








Mt Mitchell * 


1 








M. W. Wilson 

W.H. Sparks 


7 




1 






Mt Pleasant 


2.00 


2.00 


1.00 








5.00 












Peterson's Chapel * 


J. F.Sams 




















3 

1 


















S.D.Tipton 

J.C.Thomas 

B.B. Riddle 
































South Toe * 




1.00 












1.00 














Zion 


J. F. Sams 


1 


2.16 


7.26 
8.07 












9.42 
14.12 








6.05 












1 








Total 


56 


2934 


64.15 


75.00 


21.26 


18.90' 1.05 




* 


179.46, 



















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ASSOCIATION^L STATISTICS. 



115 



SUMMARY OF ASSOCIATION A.L STATISTICS. 
Figures for 1905 from Associations marked thus * 



Associations. 



Alexander 

Al leghany -Grayson 

Ashe 

Atlantic 

Beulah 

Bladen 

Brier Creek* 

Rrunswick * 

Brushy Mountain 

Bu ncombe 

Caldwell * 

Cape Fear-Columbus *- 

Carolina 

Catawba River 

Cedar Creek 

Central 

Chowan 

Easteru 

Elkin * 

Flat River 

French Broad * 

Green River * 

Haywood 

Johnston 

Kings Mountain 

Liberty 

Liberty-Ducktown *_„ 

Little River 

Macon 

Mecklenburg-Cabarrus 

Mitchell 

Montgomery * 

Mount Zion 

Neuse 

New Found * 

Pee Dee 

Piedmont 

Pilot Mountain 

Raleigh 

Robeson 

Sandy Creek 

Sandy Run 

South Fork 

South River 

South Yadkin 

Stanly 

Stone Mountain * 

Stony Fork* 

Surry 

Tar River 

Tennessee River 

Three Forks 

Transylvania * 

Tuckaseigee 

Union 

West Chowan 

West. North Carolina _ 

Wilmington 

Yadkin 

Yancey 



Total 1906 . 
Total 1905 . 



Gain . 



20 
12 
26 

2o; 

13 
28 
28 
22 
21 
23 
2' 
3i 
26 

3o: 

22 
.SO 
59 
36 
11 
35 
23 
40 
21 
36 
37 
26 
28 
23 
26 
22 
32 
18 
42 
29 
27 
26 
23 
50 
32 
45 
45 
31 
48 
26 
36 
24 
17 
16 
25 
98 
34 
36 
24 
27 
36 
51 
22 
35 
22 
29 

1807 
1741 

66 



1(30 
5 

81| 
93| 
82 
78 
101 
78 
131 
159 
205 
137 
204 
118 
51 
218 
412 
278 
25 
228 
200 
163 
99 
134 
375 
183 
128 
186 
132 
109 
124 
103 
404 
210 
70 
140 
199 
315 
342 
289 
251 
283 
295 
109 
245 
2.54 
97 
23 
108 
716 
172 
263 
150 
142 
325 
457 
60 
20- 
148 
56 



a to 

si 



5S 



2,894 

466 
1,.527 
1,465 

917 
1,788 
5,110 
1,591 
2,091 
3,100 
2, .352 
3,635 
3.020 
2, 628 
2, 2.58 
4,141 
9,040 
3,330 

943 
4,782 
2, 612] 
4,440 
1,875 
3,010 
6,8471 
2,472 
2,381 
2, 547 
2,525 
2,652 
3,076 
1,384 
6,502 
1,845 
1,804' 
2,475 
2,338' 
5,001 
6,019: 
5,215 
3,963; 
5,117i 
4, 676, 
2,831 
3,416 
2,643 

919 
1,071 
1,578' 
10, 63.5 
2, .561 1 
3,346 
1,999; 
1,948, 
4,0.58 
11,113 
1,617 
3,9271 
2, .378 
2, 934 



14.28, 
70.53. 
57.80 
468. 71 
254.93 
278. 06 



8296 09 



■ $1.90! 

299.71 

105.29 

91.31 



44.06 
209.47 
727. 40 
162.37 
143.06 

70.64 
141.77 
251.36 
1,39.5.76 
877.33 
844. 92 



695.43 

49.46 
311.04 

2.5.74 

1,068.03 

5C2. 47 

358. 28 

34.00 
513.77 

23. .34 
1,0.30 81 

35.05 

91.24 

1,636.10 

767.63 

44.21 
526.27 
697. .57 
929.11 
636. 80 
1,232.00 
398. 49 
203. 62 
890. 36 
408 64 
924.82 
226.61 



29.65 
95.50 

768 93 
18.55' 

163.78: 
8.5.76 
54.89 

133.04 
1,19.5.93 

512. 47i 

212.00 



18.23 

251.40 

160.4.5' 

193. 20 

125. 09 

60.711 

249.05 

1,488.80 

237.01! 

315. 12 

149.20 

326. 03 

239.47: 

1.337.99, 

1,13.3.54' 

459.64 



525. 55: 

41.25 

240.49 

101.08! 

201. 42 

322 02: 

179.33; 

50.49; 

94.73, 

34.79; 

891. Ul 

50. 95' 

51.44 

1,385.94' 

277.28; 



1,. 322. 73 

75. CO 

4.58. 15 

114.93 

386. 2 1; 

503.61 

405. 55 

32.92 

266 94 

65.96 

1,65.5.6.5 

66.39 

64. 63 

1,836.97 

559. 63 



405.94 
362.95 
513.47, 
328.30 
981. 15 
321.14! 
143. Oti 
370.80 
184.44' 
393. 83 
77. 66 
33.75 



91.20 

3,614.71 

10.50 

8.64 

..50 

16.22 

185. 96 

1,681.69 

.50.64 

612. 12 

64.13 

64.15 



11,105 
9,801 

1,.304 



194, 485 26, 663. 80 
174,125 22,250.90 

I 

20,360' 4,412.! 



26.39 

1,518.96 

35. 55 

37.19 

5.00 

6.40 

267. 36 

1,230.12 

17.16 

461.24 

54.00 

75.00, 



442.24 

788.52 

938.49' 

761 13 

1,261.95 

613,44 

246. 19 

1,211.73 

487.02 

866. 40 

216.071 

1.00 

31.08 

60. 62| 

2,374.4.5' 

12.00 

265. 19 

28. 90 

17.90, 

553.50 

1,980.32 

13. 06' 

1,781.11 

66 20 

21.26 



c3.i; 



5 o 



Sis 



860.91 

22.07 

55.84 

414.25 

98.00 

. 96. 19 

12.15 

40.03 

248 99 

2,0.55.36 

130.83 

149.25 

78.46 

412.43 

257.96 

988.26 

770.61 

509. 96 

7.00 

1,018.17 

163. .50 

299. 57 

186. 35 

427. 33 

487.26 

360. 17 



O m 
9,° 

■a o 



5^ 



S341.65 
57.35 
60.511 



1.75 
84. 20; 9.98, 

20.50 

42. 30! 9.75 
39.94 15.33 



16,067.39 29,926.66 
11,489.89 21,545.62 



4,588.50 8,381.04 



378. 14 

57.43 

539.69 

21.40 

109. 97 

1,370. .57 

65.5.90 

7.35 

384. 20 

902.73 

924. 13 

405. 12 

1,276.98 

658.02 

237.94 

793.99 

311. .54 

648.24 

199.45 

10.20 

11.42 

144.82 

3,333.6 

25. 15 

107.90 

22. 42 

31.19 

248.56 

2, 143. 72 

51.18 

475.33 

168.21 

18.00 



26,025.51 
18,714.74 



7,311.77 



11.00 



136. 60 
31.94' 

34.80; 



21.15 
17.50 



20.07 
30.82 



10.38, 



241.19; 
207.48 
115.85' 



111.63; 



4.47 
31.08 
74.20 
151.2.5' 
98 57 

2.87 
78.18 

4.50 



15.37 
26.00; 



6.00 



47.39, 
18.00 
12.50 



62.80 
5.00 



102. 10, 
113.15; 
93. 13 



96.02 
87.71 
59.93 



36.81; 50.17 



59.45 
35.00;. 

26.85 

323.52 

99. .55 



26 24 

14. eg 



170.98 
3.51 
10.00 



19.57 12.00 

282.87 143.20 

66.80 58.00 



77.54 
97.65; 
143. 47|. 
106.71! 
177. 83 
166.77 
131.06 
73.47 
15.86 
107.96 
43.28 



82.26 
75.42 

'108^.57 
120.80 
60.48 
15.73 
72. 13 
30.76 
70.95 
48.51 
4.13 



7.04 
284.10112.33 



5.00 
30.85 

"27^20, 

45.08 

4.65, 

5.00, 

18.75 

40.43 



11.00 



9.15 



4,2.52.61 
3,507.69 



48.031... 

174. .5o;... 

14.34 

98.87 54.60 
2.3.25 13.20! 



J361.28 

96.35 

144.95 

1,796.22 

744.60 

775. 45 

137 24 

206.60 

835.88 

5,203.09 

600.77 

866.83 

390. 06 

- 949.97 

912.91 

5,280.72 

3, 670. 68 

2,253.44 

9.87 

3,814.49 

329. 41 

1,321.16 

428. 10 

2,307.3? 

2,030.82 

1,456.39 

117.4] 

1,511.54 

185.03 

4,186.71 

208. 79 

375. 70 

6, 979. 17 

2,484.79 

51.56 

1,923.45 

2,9.56.59 

3,451.67 

2, 373, 83 

5,095.79 

2,162.99 

982.55 

3,431.23 

1,479.26 

3,012.20 

822.22 

60.08 

42.50 

330.07 

11,510.01 

149.82 

428.07 

169. 47 

71.71 

1,303.41 

7,590 98 

177. 15 

3,915.72 

. 394.21 

179. 46 



2.609.54 989.39106,5:34.90 
2,156.49 615.33 80,280.64 



744.92 4.53.05 374.06 26,254.2 



Some gains, especially in churches and membership, due partly to fuller statistics. 



116 



X. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVEjS'TION. 



SUNDAY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

Pie^iii-PR for 1W5 from Associatiotjs marked thus *. C in financial column signifies that contri- 

Figures f°y^7f^*„'^^™ete lent to Treasurer but not reported in Associational Mmutes. 




Alexander 

Alleghany-Grayson* . 

Ashe 

Atlantic 

Beulah 

Bladen 

Brier Creek* 

Brunswick* 

Brushy Mountain 

Bunco'mbe 

Caldwell* 

Cape Fear-Columbus* — 
Carolina 

Catawba River 

Cedar Creek 

Central 

Ciiowan 

Eastern 

Elkin* 

Flat River .— 
French Broad 
Green River* 
Haywood 

Johnston 

Kings Mountain 

Liberty 

Liberty-Ducktown* - 
Little River 
Macon'. 

Mecklenburg.Cat>arru!^.. 

Mitchell . 

Montgomery* 

Mount Zion 

Neuse 

New Found* 

Pee Dee 

Piedmont 

Pilot Mountain .. 

Raleigh. 

Robeson 

iSandy Creek 

Saudv Run 

South Fork 

South Riv<-r 

South Yadkin 

Stanly 

Stone Mountain 

Stony Fork* 

Surry 

Tar River 

Tennessee River 

Three Forks 

Transylvania 

Tuckaseigee 

Union . 

West Chowan 

Western North Carolina 

Wilmington 

Yadkin — 

Yancey 

Total 1906 
Total 1905 



oflScers and teachers, and a total enrollment or2»/,U00. 



ASSOCIATIONAL, STATISTICS. 



il7 



BLANKS, CONTRIBUTING CHURCHES. AND PER CAPITA CONTRIBUTIONS. 



Associations. 


i 
o 


c a . 
•fl C 2 

g oj * 

5q3Ph 

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5 

&t 
So 

fO 12 
.20 
.09 

1.22 
.81 
.43 
.04 
.12 
.39 

1.67 
.25 
.23 
.13 
.36 
.40 

1.27 
.40 
.67 
.01 
.79 
.12 
.29 
.23 
.76 
.29 
.59 
.05 
.59 
.07 

1.57 
.07 
.27 

1.07 

1.34 
.03 
.77 

1.26 
.69 
.39 
.97 
.55 
.19 
.73 
.52 
.88 
.31 
.08 
.03 
.21 

1.07 
.06 
.12 
.08 
.03 
.32 
.68 
.10 
.99 
.12 
.06 


§2-2 

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Churches Con- 
tributing to 
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Education 


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5 
11 
12 

6 

1 

17 
10 
12 

9 

4 
11 
17 

5 
13 
10 

7 

27 
12 

6 
12 

6 
16 
12 
18 

4 
10 
13 

3 
12 

6 
14 

6 
12 
12 
15 
10 

8 
15 

8 

9 
17 

8 
10 
11 

4 
4 
1 
5 
32 
16 
5 
10 
13 
6 
8 
14 
12 
4 
16 


1 

7 
16 
17 
11 
17 

""l3 
16 
15 
7 
26 
U 
23 
20 
28 
48 
34 




18 


9 
4 

20 
46 
12 
13 
4 

16 
17 
18 
17 
23 
16 
24 
16 
28 
41 
31 










1 


Alleghany-Grayson 


2 


6 
1 

4 
4 
12 

1 
6 
1 

1 


13 
11 
U 


"'""3 
12 
12 
10 


2 

" 4' 
4 
3 


...... 

3 


5 


3 
17 
12 
15 

io" 

6 
18 

3 
27 
16 
15 
18 
27 
43 
30 


9 
15 
12 
13 
21 

n 

18 
18 
18 
27 
• 16 
23 
16 
28 
44 
31 


5 






2 


Beulah 




1 


Bladen 


8 
1 


11 




7 




4 

-. 

7 
12 


9 
11 

14 






11 






7 
3 




2 






2 






7 


Cape Fear-Columbus 


1 
1 


3 






3 


2 




3 




1 

22" 
28 
25 


4 

8 

16 

33 

28 


5 




1 


2 

1 

12 

1 


2 




6 
3 
3 


4 
I 

2 


2 




6 
1 
1 


7 


Eastern 

El kin 


2 
11 


Flat River - _- - 


32 
14 
84 

5 
34 
36 
21 

6 
23 
10 
19 
11 
15 
40 
22 

1 
23 
23 
45 
29 
44 
37 
22 
43 
25 
31 
22 


29 
10 
26 
6 
.34 
35 
21 
13 
21 
12 
17 
11 
16 
40 
22 


33 
14 
26 

9 
34 
37 
21 

7 
21 
18 
17 

5 
16 
40 
22 


31 
19 
25 
11 
34 
36 
20 


17 


19 

1 


7 

1 


5 


1 








1 






2 
11 


4 




3 










10 




• 33 
30 
18 


33 
31 
20 


8 
2 


8 
2 


2 














5 

3 

..„-. 

...... 

3 
2 
4 
3 
5 
1 
6 
2 
1 
3 
1 
4 
1 
4 
1 
6 
8 


5 




} 
1 

1 
2 






13 


Little River 


21 
17 
20 

3 
16 
40 
22 

5 
24 
22 
31 
30 
40 
38 
21 
34 
18 
31 
22 

1 

7 
19 
80 

9 
25 

4 
13 
33 
41 
10 
28 
19 

3 


16 

12 

3 
11 
35 
20 

iT 
15 
27 
12 
28 
28 
10 
11 
2 
23 
20 


16 

'"12" 
38 
20 

"""23" 
19 


18 
.. 

..... 

31 

15 

. -. 

12 


14 
. .. 

. -. 

31 
14 
_. 

9 


6 


Mecklenburg-Cabarrus 

Mitchell — 


1 
16 




2 




2 


2 




7 




1 


20 




24 
22 

28 
28 
37 
• 36 
21 
32 
15 
29 
23 
4 


24 

22 
24 
27 
40 
38 
22 
35 
21 
32 
23 

1 

6 

8 
71 

4. 
30 

7 

9 
33 
51 

8 

26 
14 

5 


2 










3 


4 


Haleigh . 


21 
27 
22 
13 
17 
10 
27 
21 
2 


10 
14 
3 
1 
5 
4 


4 

8 
3 
1 
3 


1 


Robeson . . _ 


^ 






2 


5 


Sandy Run .- 


8 


Houth Fork - 




2 


South River - 




1 




1 


3 








1 


Stone Mountain _. . 




2 




13 


Stony Fork _ 


1 


8 


Surrv 


16 

89 

6 

2 

1 

6 

32 

50 

10 

31 

21 

8 


9 

60 

12 

■ 6 

5 

5 
32 
50 

7 
25 
16 
14 


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5 


7 
45 






3 


Tar River . 


1 


11 

2 
1 

7 
3 

1 
1 
5 
6 
2 
7 


16 


9 


7 




16 






3 






4 




2 
1 
1 






11 


Tuckaseigee 










13 


45" 

4 
14 

1 


20 
30 
7 
20 
11 






3 


West Chowan 








Wilmington 




2 

2 


' i" 


8 
3 


Yadkin. ._ 


1 


3 


Yancey .. 


15 
















Total 


47 


189 


614 




1,249 


1,112 


1,237 


1,236 


617 


699 


194 


128 


313 



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Fruitland Institute, Hendersonville. 

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Leaksville Spray Inst., Leaksville 

Lenoir Academy, Lenoir 

♦Macon High School, Franklin 

Mars Hill follegc, Mars Hill 

Murphy Baptist School, Murphy 

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Oxford Female Seminary, Oxford 

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Rol>eson Institute, Lumberton 

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ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



121 



WOMAN'S MISSION AND SUNBEAM SOCIETIES. 

President: Miss. Fannie E. S. Heck, Raleigh, N C. 
Secretary and Treasurer : Mrs. W. M. Jones, Raleigh, N. C. 



Associations. 


Vice- President for Association. 


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Mrs. Matlie Jennings, Blanche 


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Mrs. E O Draughn, Ashevllle . 


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Mrs. David Ward, Suburb 


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12 40 


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Central .. .. . 


Mrs. C. D Rogers, Hope Mills 

Mrs. R J.Conyers, Youngsviile 

Mrs. Daisy Spruill, Columbia, 

IMrs. Florence H. Stewart, Clinton 


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Mrs. R E Street. Mill Creek 


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Mrs M. G. Hudgins, Marshall 

Mrs. J. A Grayson, Rutherfordton... 
Mrs. B. F. Hill, Clvde.. . 


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Haywood .... 


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346 
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Johnston . 


Mrs Ashley Home, Clayton.. ..• 


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Kings Mountain 


Mrs G. P. Harrill, Thomasville 


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Li herty 


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Mrs. Lucretia Young, Ledger 


Montgomery . 


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Mount Zion . 


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Mrs. H L. Grant, Goldsboro 


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Robeson. 


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Mrs G. J Dowell Carthage 


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95 
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251 
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53 


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Mrs T G. Hamrick, Caroleen 

Mrs. Beeler Moore, Gastonia 


194 41 


S.>uth Fork . . 


614 59 


South River _ 


Mrs S. A. Howard, Salem burg 

Mrs. Delia Burke, Statesville 


346. 17 
514 37 


South Yadkin 


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24 68 


Tar River . 


Miss Margaret Shields, Scotland Neck 


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Transylvania . 


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2 
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Union . . _ . 


Mrs. Frank Ashcraft, Monroe 

Mrs Kate Griffin, Woodland 


326. 04 
1 290 07 


West Chowan. . 


Western North Carolina 




3 10 


Wilmington . 




417 48 


Yadkin 






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2 
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21 
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18 38 


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The column of "contributions" is taken fn)m the minutes of the first session 
the Woman's Meeting at Durham in April, 1906. It embodies what was given for 
missions from December, 1904, to April, 1906. 



122 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



{CONSTITUTION OF WOJNIAN'S MISSIONARY UNION, AUXILIARY 
TO BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

PREAMBLE. 

We, the women of the Baptist churches of North Carolina, desirous 

of stimulating the missionary spirit and the grace of giving among the 

women and children of the churches, and aiding in the collection of 

funds for missionary purposes to be disbursed by the State Mission 

Board and the Boards of the Southern Baptist Convention, adopt the 

following : 

CONSTITUTION. 

ARTICLE I. 

Name. 
This organization shall be known as the Woman's Missionary Union 
of North Carolina, auxiliary to the Baptist State Convention. 

ARTICLE II. 
Object. 
The object shall be threefold: (1) To stimulate a broader religious 
development on the part of the Baptist women and girls of the State, to 
train the children *in Christian work and enlist all in active, personal 
endeavor for the salvation of those in their own community. (2) To 
receive and distribute missionary information, to stimulate effort and 
to encourage the organization of Missionary Societies and bands among 
the women, young people and children. (3) To encourage the earnest, 
systematic co-operation of women and children in contributing money 
for missions at home and abroad. 

ARTICLE III. 
Officers. 
Section 1. The officers shall be a President, five Vice-Presidents from 
different parts of the State, a Secretary-Treasurer, a Recording Secre- 
tary, a Secretary of Young Ladies' Work, a Band Superintendent, a 
Traveling Organizer, an Editor, who, together with fourteen ladies re- 
siding in or near Raleigh, shall form the Central Committee. 

Election. 
Sec. 2. These officers and the fourteen ladies who together with them 
compose the Central Committee, shall be annually elected on the last 
day of the Annual Session after nomination by a Nominating Committee. 

ARTICLE IV. 
Annual Meeting. 

The Annual Meeting shall be held at such time and place as this 
Union shall decide. 



CONSTITDTIOISr WOMAn's MISSIONARY UNION, 123 

ARTICLE V. 
REPRESENTATION AT ANNUAL MEETING. 

Those entitled to membership in the Annual Meeting shall be the 
officers of the Union, Central Committee, the Associational Vice-Presi- 
dents, five representatives from the entertaining Society, together with 
one representative from every Woman's Missionary Society, every Young 
Ladies' Society, and an adult representative of every Sunbeam Band in 
correspondence with the North Carolina Union, with one additional rep- 
resentative for every fifty dollars contributed to Home, State, oy Foreign 
Missions above the first fifty; provided that no Society shall have more 
than three delegates. Only such delegates as are personally present 
and duly accredited by the Union shall be entitled to vote. 

ARTICLE VI. 
Conduct of Meetings. 
Every session of the Union shall be opened and closed with religious 
exercises. 

ARTICLE VII. 

Program. 
The program shall be arranged by the Central Committee in confer- 
ence with a committee of the Society with which the Annual Meeting is 
held. 

ARTICLE VIII. 

Amendments. 
This Constitution may be altered or amended by a two-thirds vote of 
members present at any Annual Meeting, one month's previous notice of 
proposed change having been given through the Central Committee. 



BY-LAWS. 



1. President. — The President shall preside at the Annual Meetings, 
and appoint all committees not otherwise provided for. She shall keep 
a record of all Societies, with the names of the churches classified by 
Associations, and the addresses of the officers of these Societies. She 
shall conduct the correspondence of the Union, present reports of the 
condition of the work at the Annual Meetings, and keep a record book 
as a source of information. 

2. Secretary-Treasurer. — It shall be the duty of the Secretary 
and Treasurer to keep an accurate account of all money contributed to 
Missions by Societies and individual mission workers, when reported to 
her through receipts signed by the Church Treasurer, or sent direct to 
her. She shall make out a quarterly report at the close of each quarter, 
to be forwarded to each Society, and an annual report to be submitted to 
the Annual Meetings of the Woman's Missionary Societies. She shall 
keep an accurate account of receipts and disbursements of all money sent 
her for expenses of General Organizer and Expense Fund of Central 
Committee, and render quarterly an annual report of same. 



124 iSr. C. BAPTIST state CONVENTIOIsr. 

3. Recording Secretary.- — The Recording Secretary shall keep an 
accurate account or record of the annual and special meetings of the 
Woman's Missionary Union. She shall also notify officers of their elec- 
tion and committees of their appointment, and shall perform other 
duties usual to her office. 

4. Band Superixtexdent. — The Band Superintendent shall, with the 
co-operation of pastors, Vice-Presidents, State Organizer, and officers 
of Societies, seek to organize the children for efficient, systematic mis- 
sion work. She shall, through correspondence and the columns of our 
State paper, seek to enlist the children in mission work. She shall 
report at the Annual Meeting. 

5. Secretary of Young Woman's Woriv. — The Secretary of Young 
Woman's Work shall have the oversight of this work, and by correspond- 
ence shall seek to enlist the young ladies of our churches in the mission 
work. 

6. Editor. — It shall be the duty of the Editor to regularly contribute 
items of news pertaining to Woman's Missionary Union to the State 
denominational paper. 

7. General Organizer. — It shall be the duty of the General Organ- 
izer to visit the various sections of the State, organizing Missionary 
Bands and Societies, and encouraging those already organized. 

8. Associational Vice-Presidents. — The Associational Vice-Presi- 
dents shall be appointed by the Central Committee. They shall corre- 
spond with the President of the Central Committee and the officers of 
all Woman's Missionary Societies and Children's Bands in all the 
churches of their Associations. They shall assist the Societies in form- 
ing an Associational Union, which shall meet annually. They shall be 
ex officio members of the Central Committee, and shall, as frequently as 
possible, attend the monthly meetings of that Committee. An Annual 
Meeting of Vice-Presidents and local Central Committee shall be held 
during the Annual Meeting. 

9. Central Committee. — The Central Committee shall carry out the 
instructions of the Union, and transact all business between its sessions. 
It shall meet monthly, and oftener when necessary. Seven members 
shall constitute a quorum. When a vacancy occurs, the remaining mem- 
bers of the Central Committee shall be empowered to fill the unexpired 
term. The Committee shall report at the Annual Meeting and send an 
annual report to the State Convention through the State Board of 
Missions. 

10. Representatives to the Missionary Union Auxiliary to the 
Southern Baptist Convention. — These representatives shall be ap- 
pointed by the ^Missionary Union of North Carolina at its annual session. 

11. Expenses. — The expenses of the Central Committee for printing, 
postage and stationery, stenographic service, and similar expenditures, 
together with the traveling expenses of the General Organizer, shall be 
met by a yearly contribution of ten cents per member from each local 
Society — said contributions to be made in May. 



STATISTICS SOUTHERN BAPTISTS. 



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RELIGIOUS CENSUS (WHITE) OF NORTH CAROLINA. 
[From Methodist Hand-book, Dr. T. N. Ivey, Editor.] 
Advent, 1,450; Associate Reformed, 1,952; Baptists, 194,485; Chris- 
tians, 10,000; Disciples, 16,000; Dunkards, 540; Episcopal, 12,242; 
Lutherans, ; Friends, G,411; Free Will Baptists, 25,000; He- 
brews, 462; M. E. Church, South, 153,275; M. E. Church, 11,000; Wes- 
leyan Methodists, 125; Methodist Protestant, 20,000; Moravian, 3,474; 
Presbyterian, 39,000; Primitive Baptist, 20,000; Reformed, 5,930; Ro- 
man Catholic, 4,800; Seventh Day Adventists, 25; Salvation, 50; Wal- 
denses, 290. Total, 526,511. 



COLORED BAPTISTS IN NORTH CAROLINA. 
[Compiled from American Baptist Year Book, 1906.] 
Associations, 43; churches, 1,333; ordained ministers, 978; baptisms, 
6,728; total membership, 144,949. 

Sunday schools, 1,001; officers and teachers, 4,956; scholars, 49,611; 
expenses, $6,328.48. 

Value of church property, $556,223; church expenses, $98,796.28; total 
contributions, $122,890.81. 



HISTORICAL DATA IN BAPTIST MISSION ROOMS AT RALEIGH. 

The following is a list of the volumes of Associational and Convention 
minutes, histories and miscellanea now in the Baptist Mission Rooms at 
Raleigh : 

Associational Histories. — The Kehukee, by Burkitt and Read; The 
Sandy Creek, by Puref<y; The Chowan, by Delke; The Broad River and 
King's Mountain, by Logan. 

Associational Minutes in Separate Volumes. — Chowan, 1806-1877 (2 
vols.); Central, 1861-1878 (1 vol.); Mount Zion, 1870-1883 (1 vol.); 
South Yadkin, 1873-1876, and other minutes (1 vol.). 

Minutes of Convention Bound Separately. — Three volumes — 1830-1850; 
1851-1870; 1845-1859. 

Minutes of Associations and Convention Bound Together. — These are 
in hand for the following dates: 1876, 1877, 1878, 1879, 1880 (4 vols.), 
1881 (5 vols.), 1882 (2 vols.), 1883 (2 vols.), 1884 (2 vols.), 1885 (4 
vols.), 1886 (4 vols.), 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 
1897, 1898, 1899 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905. It will be seen that 
the volumes for 1895 and 1896 are missing. Not all the volumes here 
enumerated contain complete files of the minutes of the various Asso- 
ciations. The volue for 1905 Was the first in recent years to be com- 
plete. 



HISTORICAL DATA. 



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Bound Volumes of Missionarij Magazines.— Baptist Missionary Maga- 
^.ne (1 vol.) ; Foreign Mission Journal (2 vols., 1891-1892) ; Missionary 
Herald (2 vols.); Missionary Review (12 vols.); Spirit of Missions 

(1 vol.). 

Miscellaneous.— North Carolina Baptist Almanac, 1882-1891 (1 vol.) ; 
Bennett's Chronology of North Carolina; Baptist Encyclopedia, vol. II j 
Encyclopedia of Missions, vols. I and II; Wayland's Memoir of Judson; 
Broadus's Life of Boyce. 



DIRECTORY OF THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION. 

Organized May -8, 1845. 

Officers for Session of i906.— President, E. W. Stephens, Columbia, 
Mo.; Secretaries, Lansing Burrows, Nashville, Tenn., and 0. F. Gregory, 
Staunton, Va. 

Foreign Mission Board, Richmond, Va. — President, J. B. Hutson; 
Corresponding Secretary, R. J. Willingham. 

Home Mission Board, Atlanta, Ga.— President, W. W. Landrum; 
Corresponding Secretary, B. D. Gray. 

Sunday ScJiool Board, Nashville, Teiin.— President, E. E. Folk; Cor- 
responding Secretary, J. M. Frost. 

Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Ky. — President, 
E. Y. Mullins; Treasurer Student's Aid Fund, B. Pressly Smith. 

Woman's Missionary Union (organized May 14, 1888), auxiliary to 
the Convention. Headquarters at Baltimore. Miss Elizabeth Poulson, 
Assistant Corresponding- Secretary. 

The next meeting of the Convention will be held in Richmond, Va,, 
beginning Thursday, May 9, 1907. 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTIOX. 



HISTORICAL TABLE 



Place of Meeting 



President. 



Recording Secretaries. 



Greenville 

Rogers' X Roads 

Reeve's Chapel 

Cartledge's Creek 

Cashie 

Union Camp Ground- 
County Line 

May's Chapel 

Brown's 

Grassy creek 

Johnston Liberty 

do — 

Meherrin 

Boiling Springs 

Raleigh 

do 

_-do 

Friendship 

Rockford 

Oxford 

Louisburg 

Wilmington -- 

Smithfield 

New Bern 

Fayctteville 

Warrentou .._ ' 

Raleigh 

Hertford 

Kaleiiih 

Charlotte 

Goldsboro 

Ralei gh 

Wake Forest 

Raleigh --■ 

Warren ton 

Forestville 

Raleijih 

Wilmington 

Goldsboro 

Hillsboro 

New Bern 

Raleigh 

Charlotte 

Fayetteville 

Warrenton 

Wilmington 

Shelby 

Ra leigh 

Durham 

Charlotte 

Oxford 

Goldsboro 

Winston 

Warrenton 

Eden ton 

Raleigh 

Reidsville — 

W ihiiiLigLjLi 

Durham 

Greensboro 

Henderson 

Shelby 

Goldsboro 

Raleigh 

Elizabeth City 

Charlotte 

Greensboro 

Morgauton ' 

Oxford 

Greenville 

Asheville 

Raleigh - 

Winston-Salem 

Durham 

Charlotte 

Elizabeth City 

Raleigh 

Greensboro 



Patrick W. Dowd. 

do 

Wm P Biddle 

do 

Alfred Dockery... 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Thomas Meredith. 

do 

Alfred Dockery.— 
Thomas Meredith. 

do 

Alfred Dockery... 

do 

James McDaniel— 

do 

. ..do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

ao 

do 

do 

do 

Samuel G. Mason. 

W. T. Brooks 

do 

do 

do 

do 

J M. Heck 

John Kerr 

C. M. Cooke 

John Kerr 

Wm A Graham, J r 
Needham B. Cobb 

do 

do 

J C Scarborough. 

do ■-.— 

do 

P. T Bailey 

do 

W. H. Pace 

do 

L. L. Polk 

do 

R. H. Marsh 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

W. N. Jones 

do 



R.S Blount 

N. G. Smith 

A J Battle 

Amos J. Battle 

do 

James MacDaniel 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

J. J. Finch 

do 

John B. White 

J. J. Finch 

do 

J J. Palmer 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

A. McDowell 

George W Johnson 

J. B. Solomon 

do 

do 

do 

W.T. Brooks 

do 

J. D Huflfham 

do T. J. Knapp 

do 

- do C E Dunn 

do W.J Palmer 

do T. M. Hughes 

J L. Carroll, G. W. Sanderlia.. 

^^do do 

do do 

do do 

N. B. Cobb, N. B. Broughton ._ 

do do 

do C. M. Cooke 

do F. R Underwood 

J D. Huff ham do 

do do 

do Wm Biggs 

Wm Biggs, G. W. Greene 

do N. I Shaw 

do N. B. Broughton. 

do W^ L. Wright . 

N B Broughton, N. L. Shaw__ 

do do 

do do 

do G. W. Greene 

do do 

do do 

do.. do 

do ..: do 

...do do 

...do N. B Cobb 

...do do 

...do do 

...do do 

—do do 

...do Hight C. Moore— 

...do do 

...do do 

...do do 

...do do 

...do do 

...do do 

do do 

do... do _. 

...do do 

do do 



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OF THE CONVENTION. 



Corn sponding Secretary. 


Treasurer. 


Preacher of Introductory 
Sermon. 




Henry Austin 

do . 


Samuel Wait. 


do - 


John Armstrong. 


do 


do 


Wm. ■ . Biddle. 


do -. .. 


Charles McAlisler 

do 


David S. Williams. 


do — 


(Minutes Mutilated). 


:::::^::::::^^::::: ::::::::::: 


William Roles 

Amos J. Battle 

do 


John Kerr. 
John Armstrong. 
A.J. Battle. 


do 

do 

do .— 

do 

do 


do 

do 

do 

do 

James 8. Purefoy 

do. 


James S. Mims. 
John Armstrong. 
J.J Finch. 
Wm. Hill Jordan. 
J. J. Finch. 


do 


Eli Phillips 


8. J Wheeler. - - 


... do 


R. McNabb. 




do 


G.M.Thompson. 


do - . 


. —do . . . 


W.T.Brooks. 


do . 


.do 


J. 8. Purefoy. 




.do 


David S. Williams. 


Wm A Sbavv 

do 

do 


do 

do 

do 

do 


C. R. Heiidrickson. 
John B. White. 
Wm. Hooper. 
James McDaniel. 


A. MeDowell 

T S. Yarhorongh- 

W M. Wingate 

-do . 

T. E Skinner.. 


do 

do.._. 

do 

do 

do . .. 


R.I Devin. 
v. McDowell. 
T. vi'.Tobey. 
Address by President. 
T.E. Skinner. 


A.J Einersou . , 


do 


T. H. Pritchard. 


. .. do 


do 


J.S.Walthall. 


B. F. Marable ......... . .. 


S. S. Biddle 

James S. Purefoy 

do . . . 


H. Pettv. 


None 


John Mitchell. 


N.B.Cobb*. .. 


N. B. Cobb. 


do 

do. . . . 


do 

do . 


Address by President. 
W. M. Wingate. 


.do . 


. do . - . . 


A. McDowell. 


W. T. A alters . 


.do . . . 


J B Hardwick. 


. do .. .. . 


do 


Jas. P. Bi )yce, of S. Carolina 


do 


do - . 


J.L.Carroll. 


do. .. 


do . 


John Mitchell. 


do 


do . .. _ . 


J.L.Carroll. 


J. D Huffham . 


.do 


William Royall. 


. _.do .. 


John G. Williams 

do 


w.M. Wingate. 


do .. 


J.C. Hiden. 


do ... „ . 


do . 


R. H. Marsh. 


J B.Richardson . . 


-...do 


C,T. Bailev. 


do . ... 


do 


H. A. Brown. 


do 


.do .... . 


T. W. Bahb. 


do 


N B. Broughton 

Jordan Womble, Jr .. 

B F. Montague 

do - 


(Not recorded). 


John E. Ray . 


J. A.Mundy. 


do 


R.H. Griffith. 


do. 


F. H.Jones. 


do ... 


..do .- 


T.E. Skinner. 


do ... .... 


. ..do 


H. A. Brown. 


.. .do.- 


do 


A. G. McManaway. 


do 


JohnT. Pullen 

do - 


C.A.Jenkins. 


do. . .. 


.1. M. McManaway. 


do. ._ 


T. H. Briggs 

Fabius H. Briggs 

W. S. Grandy 


R.T.Vann. 


do 


H. w. Battle. 


C. Durham. . 


B. Cade. 


do.. . 


J.D. Boushall 

do - 


J. S. Dill. 


do. 


T.H. Pritchard. 


. do 


do . . . .. - 


Thomas Hume. 


do 


do 


J.S. Hardaway. 


. . .do 


do . . 


J. W.Carl er. 


. do 


do -. . 


T. J. Taylor. 


John E. White . 


._ .do ... . . 


A. M.Simras. 


do 


do 


J.B.Richardson. 


do 


do 


A. C. Barron. 


do .. 


do 


W.S. Penick. 


do 


... do 


R.T.Vann. 


Livingston Johnson 


Walters Durham 

do . 


W.M. Vines. 


- ...do .". 


W.C.Tyree. 


do.- 


do ........ 


C.S. Blackwell. 


- ..do 


do. 


C. W.Duke. 


do 


do 


J. W. Lynch. 


do. 


do. 


J. M.Frost (of Tenn). 


. do 


do 


Fred. D. Hale. 









♦Superintendent of Array Colportage and Missions for three years. 



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:S'. C. BAPTIST STATE COKVEKTION. 



NORTH CAROLIjSA MISSIONARIES OF THE FOREIGN MISSION 
BOARD OF THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION. 

Name and Location. Date of Going Out. 

Britton, T. C, Soochow, China 1888 

Britton, Mrs. T. C, Soochow, China 1888 

Bryan, R. T., Shanghai, China 1885 

Bryan, Mrs. R. T., Shanghai, China 1885 

Crocker, W. E., Chinkiang, China 1899 

Dozier, Mrs. C. K., Japan 1906 

Greene, G. W., Canton, China 1891 

Greene, Mrs. G. W., Canton, China 1891 

Newton, W. C, Teng Chow, China 1903 

Owen, J. C, Pingtu, China 1899 

Price, Miss Lottie, Shanghai, China 1894 

Tatum, E. F., Shanghai, China 1888 



NORTH CAROLINA STUDENTS NOW ATTENDING THE SOUTHERN 
BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, LOUISVILLE, KY. 

The home address of each is given. Those who are not to return to 
the Seminary after this year, and so will be available for permanent 
pastoral work, are indicated thus *. 



Arnette. J. M., Carthage. 
Barnes, W. W., Elm City. 
Bryant, H. G., Big Lick. 
Cox, E. A., Clyde. 
Cullom, J. R.,'Wake Forest. 
Davis, Theo. B., Ne\\i;on. 
Dunn, B. E., Wise. 
^Harris, E. M., Norwood. 
Harris, ^M. L., Fayetteville. 
Howell. J. D., Tillery. 
]\IcCarter, Jesse, Severn. 
McFarland, R. A., Berea. 



Murchison, C. M., Cornelius. 
*Murrav, J. F., Goldsboro. 

Powell, L. J., Clinton. 

Sigmon, C. A., Lenoir. 
*Snow, J. A., Dobson. 

Sparks, S. J., Bakersville. 

Spaulding, J. H., Eure. 

Tew, C. T., Salemburg. 
*Walker, R. P., Wake Forest. 
*WaIl, Zeno, Cliffside. 

Wood, Martin A., Marshall. 



LIST OF 
ORDAINED MINISTERS. 

Total of 1215 names. Reported pastors (672) marked thus^ 



Abernathy, K. B., Hildebrand. 

Abernathy, J. W., lUatthews. 
*Adams, G. W., Fair Plains. 
*Adanis, J. Q., Charlotte. 
*Adtims, M. A., Wiuton. 

Adams, N. A., Rusk. 
*Adams, J. J., Cooleemee. 

Adderton, W. S., Denton. 

Aden, Joseph, Rural Hall. 
*Aldernian, J. O., Mege. 
*Alderman, J. M., Delway. 

Aldridge, J. B., Saluda. 
*Allen, N. J., Elizabeth City. 

Allen, John, Waverly. 

Allison, O. A., Penrose.. 
*Allison, E., Brevard. 

Aman, D. F., Marines. 
*Ammons, J. A., Needmore. 
*Ammons, John, Mars Hills. 

Anderson, J. W., Asheville. 
*Anderson, E. C, Swansboro. 

Annas, J. R. J., Saw Mills. 

Arnette, H. B., Crossmore. 

Arrington, J. A., Mars Hill. 
*Arrington,' T. F., Waynesville. 
*Arrington, C. C, Mt. Airy. 

Arrowood, A. W., Mars Hill. 
*A}'scue, J. F., Greenville. 
*Atkinson, J. W., Neuse. 
*Austin, D. M., Charlotte. 
Austin, J. H., Hamlet. 
Aycock, H. J., Monroe. 
*Ayers, W. A., New Bern. 

*Bailey, L. J., Walnut Run. 

Bain, G. A., Dunn. 
*Baker, T. J., Parkton. 
*Baker, A. C, Monroe. 

Baldwin, M., Huntsville. 

Baldwin, J. R., Silas Creek. 
*Ballard, W. S., Clarkton. 
*Ballard, J. M., Maepelah. 
*Bangle, L. A., Lincolnton. 
*Bangle, P. W., Lincolnton. 

Barker, A. N., Grade. 

Barker, H. M., Peachtree. 
* Barker, J. M., Lomax. 

Barker, W. F., Bud. 



*Barnes, S. B., Branning. 

*Barnes, K., Orrum. 

"'Barnes, W. W., Freemont. 

*Barrett, \V. C, Durham. 

*Barrett, W. A., Star. 

*Barrett, J. L., Reidsville. 

*Barrett, J. E., Bethel Hill. 
Barr, J. S., Pinekton. 

*Battle, H. W., Greensboro. 

*Beaeh, J. J., Boonville. 

*Beach, W. R., Raleigh. 

*Beam, J. A., Leaksville. 

*Beamer, W. H., 31t. Airy. 

"Beaver, C. E., Abernethy. 
Beaver, J. T., Burnsville. 

*Beck, A. L., Oconalufty. 

*Beck, A. W., Penrose. 
Beeker, S. J., Croz. Th. Sem. 
Bell, J. W., Faison. 

*Benfield, J. G., Dogwood. 

*Bennett, S. W., Wake Forest. 

*Bennett, S. C, Bridgewater. 

"Bennett, J. L., Wingate. 

"Bennett, J. M., Burgaw. 

Bennett, R. J., New Hill. 

Bentley, J. A., Pilot Mountain. 

Belts, Alvin, Raleigh. 
*Betts, A. L., Winston-Salem. 
*Betts, S. J., Raleigh. 
*Bilbro, W. L., Polloeksville. 

Bingham, D. A., Mulberry. 
*Bivens, J. A., Monroe. 

Blackburn, S., Bud. 
*Black, C. J., Big Lick. 

Blaekwell, J. W., Unaka. 
*Blalock, J. C, Ledger. 
*Blalock, T. L., Ching Kiang, 

China. 
*Blaloek, J. G., Whiteville. 
*Blanchard, C. W., Clayton. 

Bland, Wm., Hawley's Store. 

Blankenship, J. A., Indian Creek. 
*Blanton, J. C. King's Mountain. 
*Blevins, E., Whitehead. 

Blevins, C, New Life. 
*Blevins, J. C, Grassy Creek. 

Blevins, W. J. A., New Life. 
*Blevins, N. M., Green Cove, Va. 



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>r. C. BAPTIST STATE COiNVENTION. 



Blevins, S., Dehart. 

Bobbitt, Walter, Vaughns. 

Bogert, C. P., Edenton. 
*Bomar, E. E., Charlotte. 
*Bomer, S. J., Cowpeiis, S. C. 

Boone, J. B., Hendersonville. 

Boone, J. B.., Estatoe. 
*Booth, J. N., Hertford. 
*Booth, J. H., New Hill. 
*Bostiek, W. :M., Onvil. 

Bostiok, G. P., Shanghai, China. 

Bostick, W. D., Shanghai, China. 
*Bowen, J. D., Wake Forest. 

Bowen, W. C, Galloway. 

Bovd, J. P., Polkton. 
*Bradlev, J. A.. Beach. 
*Bradlev, W. T., Morgan Hill. 
*Bradley, \Y. L., Etna. 

Bradshaw, James, Penley. 
*Bradshaw, W. R., Reidsville. 
*Brickhouse, L. C. Maple. 
*Bridges, Joseph, Lattiniore. 
*Bridges, S. A., Rutherfordton. 
^Bridges, B. M., Mooresboro. 
*Bridges, D. P., Smithfield. 

Bridges. J. B., Jiigtown. 

Briggs, H. W., Swiss. 

Briggs, J. W., :Mars Hill. 

Briggs, L. P., Grape Vine. 

Briggs, W. K., Briggsville. 

Bright, A., Spring Creek. 
•Bright. A. J., Leaksville. 
*Brinklev, J. X., Net. 
•Brisson', W. L., Guy ton. 

Brissoni, W. M., Guyton. 
*Bristow, S. F., Elizabeth City. 

Britt, D. C, Rutherfordton. 
*Britt. \^'. L., Davis. 
*Britt. P. T., Lumberton. 
*Brook, S. R.. Marshville. 
*Brooks, E. M., Albemarle. 
*Brooks. C. v., Tarboro. 
*Brookshire, J. L., Flat Rock. 
tBrown. A. E., Asheville. 
*Brown, Asa. Riverside. 
*Brown, T. L., Dehvay. 

Brown, T. K., Black ^lountam. 
•Brown, J. W., Trap Hill. 

Brown, C. C, Mt. Airv. 

Brown, S. F.. McGrady. 
*BroAvn, L. A., Funston. 
*Brown, H. A., Winston-Salom. 

Brown, S. D., Hamptonville. 
•Brown, W. V., Cycle. 

Bryant, J. W., Charity. 

Bryant, L., Cypress. 

tSce'y M't'n Work, Home Board. 



•Buchanan, E., Garden City. 
•Buchanan, C. S., Dillsboro. 

Buchanan, H. B., Glen Ayre. 

Buchanan, W. G., Elk Park. 

Buchanan, W. S., Clarissa. 

But!', P. F., Shoup's Ford. 
*Bullock, C. P., Clai'endon. 
*Bumgardner, A. P., Csesar. 
*Bumgarner, .W. J., Taylorsville. 
*Bumgarner, G. Z., Taylorsville. 
'Burns, A. F., Wahoo. 
•Burchani, G. M., Elkin. 
•Burchett, J. W., Knottsville. 
•Burger, G. F., Suit. 

Burleson, A. M., Wake Forest. 

Burrell, L. C, Havesville. 
*Byrd, R. L., Tolarsville. 
'Cade, Baylus, Lincolnton. 
'Caiaes, S. J., Daisy^ S. C. 

Caines, J. T., Shallotte. 

Caines, J. W., Shallotte. 
•Caines. W. R., Chadbourn. 
•Caldwell, C. A. :\Iaiden. 
•Caldwell, M. R. X., Canton. 
*Cale, D., Potecasi. 

Callahan, X. A., Shallotte. 

Calhoun, C. T., :\Iedlin. 
•Calhoun, T. J., Medlin. 

Calloway, J. X'^., Jeflferson. 

Camp, T. C, Hayesville. 
•Campbell, J. A., Buie"s Creek. 
•Campbell, Xeal. Thaxton. 
•Campbell, W. P., Seven Springs. 

Campbell, W. T., Japan. 

Cannon, W. il., Whaley. 
•Carroll, R. D., Xewton. 

Carroll, S. T., Virgil. 
•Carrick, Thomas, High Point. 
•Carlton. W. F., Wilbar. 
•Carson. J. T. Willetts. 

Carswell, S., Burningtown. 

Carter. I. M., Berniee. 

Carter, Henrv, Garland. 

Carter, A. d!. Garland. 

Carter, James. Laurel Branch. 
•Cashwell, C. S.. ifocksville. 

Cashwell, J., Bladenboro. 
•Cashwell, R. X., Parkton. 
•f'assiday, W. A., Hayesville. 

Cathroii, J. T. Hayesville. 
•Caudle, A. B., Wadeslioro. 
•Caudle. T. A.. Courtney. 

Caiulle. T. J.. Charlotte. 
•Caudill, R. E.. Dockery. 

Chambers. S. A., Wavnesville. 
♦Cliaplin, S.. Elizabeth City. 



ORDAIXED MINISTERS. 



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*Champion, R. C. Landrum. 

Chapman, H. R., Wake Forest. 

*Chappell, L. N., Hamlet. 

*Cheek, F. B., Whitehead. 

Childers, W. R. Taylorsville. 
*Church, G. H., Lenoir. 
*Church, W. N., Summit. 
*Chirke, F. N., Mars Hill. 

Clark, D. J., Elizabethtown. 

Clark, M. L.. Alorganton. 
*Clubb, C. C, Alexander. 

Clenny, L. C, Silver. 
*Cleveland, W. C, Biltmore. 
*Cobb, J. \V., Lumber Bridge. 

Colev, W. J., Northside. 
*Colli'e, D. S., Bryson City. 

Collier, R. D.. Godwin. 

Colly, J. D., Glencoe. 

Comer, W. T., ^^'indy Gap. 
tConrad, S. ¥., Charlotte. 

Conway, W. W., Granite Falls. 

Cook, Floyd, Cowarts. 

Cook, H. B., Medlin. 

Cook, J. H., Lark. 
*Cook, R. L., Addie. 
*Cock, \v. N., Lenoir. 
*Cook, W. F., Rich Mountain. 
*Cole, C. D., Grantville. 

Cope, C. M., Trap Hill. 

Copeland, J. E., Buck Spring. 
*Coppedge, G. W., Henderson. 

Corn, N. W., Lead. 

Corn, J. P., Flat Rock, 2. 

Corn, N. P. N., Outlook. 
*Coram, R. P., Boonville. 
*Cordell, J. C, Beech. 
*Cothren, Grant, Trap Hill. 
*Craig, B., Rocky Mount. 
*Crater, A. A., Fuquaj^ Springs. 

Creasman, W. B., Asheville. 
*Cree, A., Embro. 
*Creech, Worley. Kenly. 
*Crews, R. W., Germanton. 

Crisp, John, Norris. 

Crisp, J. H. M., Bushnell. 

Crisp, J. F., Lenoir. 
*Crisp, S. M., Japan. 
*Crisp, E. D., Lenoir. 

Crisp, R. H., Dorsev. 
*Crisp, T. J., Conetoe. 

Crcom, H. M., Old Fort. 
*Cross, R. D., Morehead City. 

Crow. W., Grapevine. 
*Crudup, Josiah, Rockingham. 
*Crutchfield, T. S.. Hertford. 
*Cullom, W. R., Wake Forest. 

t On staff of N. C. Baptist. 



Cunningham, H. A., Swain. 
*Currant, J. M., Buck Shoal. 
*Curtis, L. M., Ahoskie. 

*Davenport, J. E. M., Spray. 
*Davis, M. P., Coleraine. 
*Davis, W. H., W^ilmington. 
*Davis, A. C, Olive Branch. 
*Davis, A. W., Webster. . 
* Davis, J. F., Blowing Rock. 
*Davis, P. S. C, Belhaven. 
*Davis, R. Lee, Hiddenite. 

Davis, D. C, Cove Creek. 
*Davis, W. R., Faith. 

Dehart, T. S., Etna. 

Dennis, J. D., Polk. 

Denton, J. R., Dysartsville. 
*Devenny, J. V., Shelby, 3. 

Devin, R. I., Oxford. 
"Deweese, E. A., ]Murphy. 

Deweese, L., Outlook. 

Dietz, J. S., Pearson. 
*Dietz, T. F.. Brvson City. 
*Di!ls. M. S., Jung Harris, Ga. 
*Dixon, L. R., Goldston. 
''Dixon, T., Fallston. 
*Dobson, J. H., Atkinson. 
*DougIass, J. .J., New Bern. 
*Dowell, G. J., Williamston. 

Dowell, J., Jennings. 
*Downey, J. W., East Durham. 

Dudley, H. L., Asheville. 
*Duke,'G. M., Mapleville. 

Duncan, J. W., Moravian Falls. 

Duncan, H. J., Clinton. 
*Duncan. G. C, Leaksville. 

Dunn, W. C, Balsam Grove. 
'"Dunaway, A. B., Oxford. 
*Dunaway, J. M., Spencer. 

Dunnigan, W. E., Durham. 
*Durham, C. H., Lumberton. 



*Early, B. G., 

Early, W. R 
*Edmundson, 

Edwards, A. 

Edwards, A. 
*Edwards, D. 
*Edwards, C. 

Edwards, J. 

Edwards, J. 
* Edwards, W 

Ellen, M. H. 
*Eller, J. F.. 

Filer, G. W. 
*Eller, A. J., 



Chalybeate Springs. 
., ^larshall. 
John T., Raleigh. 

A., Winnabow. 

C, Leicester. 

D., Gary. 

E., Windsor. 
E., Dell. 

R., Needmore. 
. H., W^ake Forest. 
, East Durham. 

Sweetwater. 
, .TefFerson. 
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*Eller, W. H., Greensboro. 

Ellinglon, E. P., Reidsville. 
*Elliott, Josiah, Hertford. 

Elliott, M. C, Rocky Pass. 
*Elsom, P. G., Brevard. 
*Ervin, C. M., Hickory. 
*Estridge, W. F., Waxhaw. 
*Eudy, G. L., Effird's Mills. 
*Eubanks, J. F., Bethel. 

Evans, W. J., Flats. 

tFarmer, J. S., Raleigh. 

Farmer, J. W., Hayesville. 
*Farthing, C. S., Sweetwater. 
*Farthing, J. H., Sweetwater. 

Fender, A., Lnurelton. 

Ferguson, P. A., Lambsville. 
*Ferrebee, J. B., Elizabeth City. 

Ferrell, B. S., Waxhaw. 
*Fiddler, F. L., High Point. 
*Fields, C. F., Elkin. 

Fisher, Dave, Panther Creek. 

Fleetwood, J. C, Margarettsville. 
*Fleming, J. M., Lumberton. 
*Fletcher, J. F., Whitehead. 
•Fontaine, P. H., Woodsdale, 2. 

Ford, D. B., Alto. 

Ford, T. N., Otto. 

Forester, J. S., X. Wilkesboro. 

Foster, J. A., Glass. 

Fowler, C. L., Greenville, S. C. 

Fox, J. K., Liledown. 

Fox, S. L., Vilas. 
*Fox, E. L., Rocky :kIount. 

* Franklin, James, Houck. 

* Freeman, A. J., Bladeuboro. 
Freeman, F. M., Bostic. 

*Freeman, H. R., Gerton. 

Freeman, J. M., Logan's Store. 
•Freeman, T. N., Swain. 

Frisbie, T. J., Spring Creek. 
♦Frv. W. F., Goldsboro. 

Fulford, W. J.. Raeford. 

Ferguson, P. F., Lambsville. 

Fuqua, S. W., -Eagle Springs. 

Galloway. J. E., Galloway. 

Gaskins, X. L., Olympia. 
*Gav, R. L.. Windsor. 
•Gentry. S. E., State Road. 
•Gibbs' X. H., Benson. 

Gibson. S. S., Hendersonville. 

Gibson, G. W., Xebo. 
•Gilbert, R. :\r., Edneyville. 
•Gillespir. J. C, Bessemer City. 

Gilliam. E. R., Drew. 

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•Glenn, W. H., Grigsby. 
•Glidewell, C. W., Mayodan. 
*Goforth, M. A., Little Pine Cr. 

Goforth, S. S., Lovelace. 

Gold, W. :SL, Shelby. 
*Goode, J. M., I\Iooresboro. 
*Gooden, A. H., McCurdy. 
•Gordan, J. H., Averette, Va. 

Gore, D. X., Tabor. 

Gonell, G. W., Owenby. 

Gouge, J. A., Boonford. 

Gouge, D. A., Bandana. 

Gourley, Robert, Winston. 
•Gower, C. E., Clayton. 
*Gragg, E. M., Grandfather. 

Graham, H. W., Swann Station. 
*Graves, C. D., Wadesboro. 

Gray, J. J., Etowah. 

Gray, W. F., Mahler. 
•Green, David, Whaley. 
•Green. B. P., Mooresboro. 

Green^ J. B., Forest City. 
•Green, J. R., Clyde. 

Green, R. G., Statesville. 

Green, Solomon, Virgil. 
•Greene, Edmund, Sands. 
•Greene, L. H., Bakersville. 
•Greene, D. A., ^lorris, Tenn. 

Greene, M. L., Ahoskie. 
•Greene, S. M., Clarissa. 

Greene, J. A., Wake Forest. 

Griffin, J. Z., Baton. 

Griffin, J. W., Stanly. 

Griffith, S. X., Shooting Creek. 
•Grindstaff. I., Bakersville. 

Grizzard, R. W., Wallace. 
•GuUedge, J. G., Monroe, 1. 
•Gwaltney, J. P., :Mt. Pisgah. 

Gwaltney, H. H., Vernon. 
•Gwaltnev, J. S., Xealsville. 
•Gwaltney, L. P., Vashti. 
•Gwaltney, W. R., Hickory. 
•Gw^n, E. X., Gwyn. 

Hackney, J. D., Franklinville. 
•Hackney, J. A., Kimesville. 
•Haganian, J. P., Blowing Rock. 

Hagaman. J. G., Sweetwater. 
•Hagwood, J. S., Raleigh. 
•Hathcock, U. F., Albemarle. 
•Ha ire, P. H.. Fleetwood. 
•Hale. Fred D.. Wilmington. 
•Hall, O. L., Carmel. 
•Hall. -T. .T.. Fayetteville. 
•Hall, L. P., Canton. 

Hall. J. W., Mars Hill. 



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135 



Hall, William, Cattaloochee. 

*Hall, VV. G., Benson. 

*Hall, S. W., Penrose. 

*Hamby, A. C, Greensboro. 
Hamby, J. H., Champion. 
Hamilton, L. C, Etowah. 
Hamilton, K. ¥., Etowah. 

*Hampton, N. S., Bamboo. 
Hampton, J. C., Hayesville. 

*Hamrick, B. M., Rutherfordton. 

*Hamrick, W. C, Almond. 
Hamrick, F. C, Pump. 

*Hamrick, J. M., Henrietta. 

*Handy, E., Dehart. 
Haney, J. L., Old Fort. 
Harget, B. F., Kingwood. 

Hare, H., Gap Creek. 

Harman, D. C., Sugar Grove. 

*Harmon, G. W., Ore Hill. 

Harman, J. M , Sugar Grove. 

*Harrell, E. J., Woodland. 

*Harrill, J. B., Williamsburg, Va. 

Harrelson, H., Gaddysville. 

*Harrelson, J., Clarendon. 

*Harrill, Z. D., Ellenboro. 
*Harrill, J. D., Shelby, 4. 
*Harrill, H. D., Forest City. 
*Harrill, G. P., Thomasville. 
*Harris,_B. B., Dysartsville. 

Harris, D. J., Yanceyville. 
*Harris, J. S., Big Lick. 
*Harris, E. P., Hamlet. 
*Harris, T. C, Forest City. 
*Harris, L. W., Eldorado. 
*Harris, J. M., Dogwood. 

Harris, Wm., Kapp's Mills. 

Harris, W. M., Zephyr. 
*Hart, A. J., Green Cove, Va. 

Hart, J. B.., Eye. 
*Hart, T. W., Virgilina. 

Hartley, D. C, Minneapolis. 

Hartsell, J. M., Cameron. 

Hartsell, P. G., Big Lick. 

Harvey, i.j.. A., Old Fort. 
*Hawkins, R. N., Shelby, 3. 
*Haymore, C. C, Mt. Airy. 
*Haymore, R. D., Mt. Airy. 
*Haymore, J." M., Sanford. 

Haynes, W., Grace. 
*Haynes, J. M., Clyde. 
*Haynes, W. L., Manito. 

Hayes, R. S., Saginaw. 

Haves, W. L., Sanford. 

Heatherly, L. R., Saluda. 
*Hedgepeth, I. P., Lumberton. 
"Hedgepeth, R. A., Barnesville. 



Hegler, D. I., Olin. 
Hefner, S. D., Hudson. 
*Heilig, J. A., Morehead City. 
Helms, D. F., Charlotte. 
*Henderson, G. J., Sussex. 
Henderson, J. K., Roanoke Rapids. 
•Henderson, G. W., Blaine. 

Hendren, J. H., Vashti. 
*Henley, J. M., Sanford, 3. 
Hensley, S. B., Burnsville. 
Hensley, T. A., Burnsville. 
Hembree, M. A., Murphy. 
Hermon, P. E., Vilas. 
Herring, D. W., Ching Kiang, 
China. 
*Herring, R. H., Concord. 
^Hester, R. C.,. Dublin. 
Hester, S., Bladenboro. 
'■Hewitt, D. L., Shallotte. 
•Hewlett, R. H., Asheville. 
Hice, J. H., Baton. 
Hickman, G. T., Winnabow. 
*Hilburn, D. H., Bladenboro. 

Hilburn, L. W., Freeman. 
*Hilburn, Rufus M., Bladenboro, 

Hildebrand, I. M., Hickory. 
■^^Hilliard. -J. M.. Raleigh. 

Hinson, E. F., Elkin. 
*Hipps, R. H., Spring Creek. 
*Hobbs, L. M., Pittsboro. 
*Hocutt, J. C, Chapel Hill. 
*Hoeutt, J. D., Ashton. 
*Hocutt, J. E., Nashville. 

Hodge, J. F., Pool. 
*Hogan, N. R., Murjjhy. 
Hogue, G. F., Boom ille. 
*Hogue, H. J., Hewites. 
*Hogsed, W. D., Murphy. 
Holler, E., Phelps. 
Hollar, I., Olin. 
*Holleman, J. M., Apex. 
*Hol!oman, ^Y. A., Jonesville. 
Hollificld, A. P., Bostic. 
*Holmes, G. W., Henderson, 1. 
*Holsclaw, T. C, Clohto. 
*Holt, E., Bluff. 
Honeycutt, D., Clingman. 
*Honeycutt, G. A., Albemarle. 
*Honeycutt, R., Clinton. 
Honevcutt, W. H.. Albemarle. 
*Hood, T. J., Goldsboro, 4. 
Hooker, R. D., Henrietta. 
*Hooker, W. H., Alexander. 

Hooper, G. W.. Robbinsville. 
*Hooper, L. W., Tuckasiegee. 
Hooper, P. G., Isa. 



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N. C. BAPTIST STATE COjSVEJs'TIO^s'. 



Hooper, C. F., Clinton. 
*Hord, A. T., Cleveland. 
*Horner, K. C., Tro3^ 
*Hoirell, R. W., toelma. 
*Hough, W. A., Cornelius. 

Howard, H. H., Bee Log. 

Howell, W. T., Wake Forest. 
*Howell, J. K., Kocky Mount. 
*Howell, A. T., Murfreesboro. 
*Hoyle, J. A., Gastonia. 

Hudgins, B. A., Bat Cave. ^ 

Hudgins, Richard, Bat Cave. 

Hudson. Ambrose. Xewton. 
*Hudson, L. L., Wake Forest. 
*Hudson, T. J., Gatesville. 

Hudson, D. J., Bessie. 

Hufham. J. D., Franklin, Va. 

Hufhani, X. D., Livingston. 
*Hughes, S. A., Valley. 
*Hull, W. F.. Camp Creek. 
*Hulton, H. H., Charlotte. 

Hume, Thos., Chapel Hill. 

Humphrey, D. B., Lumberton, 
Xo. 3. ' 

Humphrey, W. A., Fayetteville. 

Humphrey. H. B., Abbottsburg. 
*Hunt, A.. Gamble's Store. 
*Hunt. D. J., Union Mills. 
*Hunter, A. D., Gary. 

Hunter, .-i^. D., Green Mountain. 

Huntley. W. S., Bear Wallow. 

Hurlev. A., Thaxton. 
* Hurst". W. T., :Mt. Vernon Springs. 
*Hutchinson, J. H.. Raleish. 
*Hyde, H. H., Bryson City. 

♦Ingram, H. :\r.. Star. 
*Irvin, A. C. Shelby, 5. 

Isaac. E., Hughes. 

Israel. L. L. Dunsmore. 
*Ive3, S. Albert, Pine Bluflf. 



* Jackson, 
Jackson. 
Jack«nn, 
Jackson, 
*Jackson, 
*Jackson, 
*James. R 
Jameson, 
Jennings, 
Jennings. 
♦Jenkins 

Jart'is, .T. 
*.Tarvis, X 
*.Tenkens. 
•Jervis, C 



B. P.. Bright. 
W. C. Asheville. 
W. D.. Grantville. 
W. M.. Flint. 
Elbert. Bright. 
J. B., Ashpole. 
. H., Olive Branch. 
Wm.. Swiss. 

T. L.. .Jennings. 

S. S.. Gray. 

J. T.. Wilson. 

F.. Adlev. 
. T.. Jarvis. 

C. A.. Statesville. 
. E., Democrat. 



Jennings, S. S., Gray. 

Johnson, D. L., Downingsville. 

Johnson, E. M., Plum Tree. 

Johnson, E. O., St. Paul's. 

Johnson, J. A., Elizabethtown. 

Johnson, W. B., Grandeur, S. CL 
tJohnson, L., Raleigh. 
-Johnson, Wm. R., Cedar Creek. 

Johnson, R. K., Fries. 

Johnson, L. E., Fremont. 
* Johnson, J. B., Walnut Cove. 

Jolly, J. R., Elkin. 

Jones, G. S., llendersonville. 
*Jones, F. H., Reidsville. 
"Jones, Tro3', ^lontezuma. 

Jones, R. T., Saluda. 

Jones, J. R., Royal. 
*Jones, J. W., \\'ake Forest. 

Jones, R. H., Roxboro, 5. 

Jones, Wm. H., Dana. 

Jones, W. J., Wake Forest. 
^Jordan, F. M., Calvert. 
♦Jordan, H. B., Clarksville, Va. 
♦Jordan, J. R., Star. 

Jordan, James, Franklinville. 
♦Jordan, S., Robbinsville. 
♦Jordan, W. P., Colerain. 
♦Joyce, J. A., Sandy Ridge. 
♦Joyner, A. V.. Wake Forest. 

Justice, A. A., Aetna. 

Justice, J. J., Blue Ridge. 
♦Justice. T. B., Franklinton. 
♦Justice, A. I., Fairview. 
♦Justice, C. B., Rutherfordton. 

Kanot. J.. Robbinsville. 

Keller, Franklin. King's Creek. 
^Keller, O. A., Tavlorsville. 
♦Kendrick, R. G.. Jr., :\It. Olive. 
♦Kennedy. D. S.. Warsaw. 
JKesler, M. L., Thoniasville. 
♦Kesterson. J. W., Franklin. 
♦Key. W. S., Gray. 
♦Kini^ey, R. A., Hiawassee, Ga. 
♦Kimsey, W. S.. Turtletown, Tenn. 
♦King. J. D.. Wampler. 

King. J. E.. Swansboro. 

King, ^I. C. V> innate. 
♦Kinsr. L. C, Hartland. 
♦King, T. C, ]\L'\rs Hill. 
♦King. T. H., LaGrange. 
♦Kintr. W. G.. LaGrange. 
♦King. S. W.. Balm. 
♦Kinsland. J. L.. Franklin. 
♦Kirk, J. E.. China Grove. 

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Kirk, J. L., China Grove. 
Kirk, J. T., Rioliniond Hill. 
Knight, W. F., hlowing Rock. 
Kuykendall, P. A., Dunn. 
Kuykendall, W. L., Saluda. 

Laflfoon, Paul, High Point. 
Lafl'oon, W. J., Kernersville. 
Lancaster, J. F., Kernersville. 
*Landrum, M. M., Putherfordton. 
Laney, J. C, Wayside. 
Lanning, T. D., Emma. 
*Lanning, Jelf., Denton. 
Lansdell, J. J., Durham. 
*Larkins, J. D., Henderson. 
*Lassiter, E. jM., Buie's Creek. 
*Lawhon, W. H. H., Carthage. 
^Leach, M. J., Lassiter. 
*Ledford, B. M., Ranger. 
Ledford, A. M., Otto. 
Lee, W. F., Tipton. 
*Lee, W. M., Summit. 
Lee, M. L., Ashpole. 
*Leggett, B., Windsor. 
Leggett, R. J., Howelville. 
Lennon, J. P., Applewhite. 
Lester, J. H., Gee. 
*Lewis, John, Southern Pines. 
Lewis, C. H., Gamble's Store. 
*Lewis, L. G., Thomasville. 
*Lewis, Joseph, Big Laurel. 
Lewis, J. L., Laurelton. 
Lily, Edmond, King's Creek. 
Limrick, R. L., Shelby. 
Lindsay, D. S., Tennessee River. 
Liner, j. P., Waynesville. 
•Little, J. W., Jonesboro. 
•Little, Wm., Lane's Creek. 
•Little, T. P., Marshville. 
Littleton, J. W., Albemarle. 
Livingston, D. K., Little Pine 

Creek. 
Lloyd, L. A., Rockv Mount. 
Long, G. T., Gary Creek. 
Long, W. A., Core Creek. 
Logan, W. H., Ayr. 
•Logan, J. H., Excelsior. 
Loudermilk, D. P., Glen Alpine. 
•Love, A. R., Hendersenville. 
•Love, M. A., FranJclin. 
Loving, W. B., Lumberton. 
•Lowe, A. E., Brvson City. 
•Lowe, C. G., Enfield. 
•Lumpkin, G. T., Scotland Neck. 
•Lunsford, Wm.. Asheville. 
•Lyda, L. M., Montvale. 
Lynch, Isaiah, Rockhock. 
•Lynch, J. W., Wake Forest. 



Mace, W. D., Linville Falls. 
"Maddry, Charles E., Greensboro, 
*Mangum, 0. R., Wake Forest. 
Marcus, W. A., Homestead. 
■'Marion, T. G., Crutehfield. 
Marley, H. C, Lenoir. 
^Marr, W. W., Sylva. 
*Marsh, A., Marshville. 
*Marsh, R. H., Oxford. 
^Marshall, O. N., Henderson. 
*Martin, C. H., Polkton. 
*Martin, C. F., Murphy. 

Martin, J. H., Long Town. 
*Martin, J. L., Raleigh. 
''Martin, W. X., Asheville, R. F. D. 
■*Martin, O. J., Shoals. 
Martin, G. A., Wilmington. 
Marshburn, A. B., Nealsville. 
Marshburn, L. I., Duval. 
*Marshburn, H. H., Edenton. 
Mason, J. A., Conclave. 
Mason, W. C, Flats. 
*Mason, B. K., Winston-Salem. 

Mason, N. J., Louisville. 
*Massee, J. C, Raleigh. 
Matheson, Butler, Topton. 
Matthews, J. R., Aulander. 
Matthews, B. H., Swansboro. 
*Matthews, N. J., Pilot Mountain. 
Matthis, B., Jonesville. 
*May, G. W., Rocky Mount. 
*May, S. S., Yadkinville. 
McCall, S. B., Etowah. 
*McCarson, J. L., Hendersonville. 
*McCurrv, J. H., Asheville. 
McDevitt, P., Mars Hill. 
*McDuffie, J. F., Hillsboro, 3. 
*McDavid. I. E., Maxton. 
McFall, W. T., Emma. 
■'McAiee, P. T., ]\Iarshall. 
*McClure, W. B., Alexis. 
•■McGee, J. F., Culberson. 
*MeGinnis, I. J., Banner's Elk. 
*McKaughan, J. A., Wilmington. 
*McKinney, C. H., Bakersville. 
McLendon, J. J., Indian Trail. 
■*]\lcLeod, D., Mebane. 
*McLure, W. H., Henrietta. 
Mci\Iahon, A.. Forest City. 
McMillan, D. C, Ashpole. 
*MeNeill, M., Wilkesboro. 
]\[cPhe?ters, S. F., Harvard. 
Meadows, W. C, Poor's Knob. 
*Meeks, O. P., Fayetteville. 
Melvin, W. A., Harrell's Store. 
Melvin, W. J., White Oak. 
Melvin, W. S., Parkersburg. 
*Mercer, I. M., Washington. 



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Mercer, M. V., Harrellsville. 

Mercer, T. J., Bolivia. 
*Merrell, G. L., Rocky Mount. 

Messer, J. C, Cove Creek. 

Metcalf. C. C, Waverly. 

Metcalf, T. C, Judson. 

Michael, W. H., Sutherland. 

]Michael. Ray, ISTettle Knob. 

Middleton, J. B., Saluda. 

Miles, John A., Alexander. 

Miller, Daniel L.. Highlands. 
*Miller, I. C, Stony Fork. 
*Miller, John R., Palmerville. 
*Miller, H. A., Weldon. 

Milliken, C, Ash. 

Milliken, E., Ash. 
*Milliken, N., Ash. 
*Mins, G. T., Apex. 
tMintz, J. A., Seaside. 
*Mintz, M. L., White Oak. 

Mitchell, E., Osbornville. 

Mitchell. S. W., Asheville. 
*Mitchell, 0. B., Mt. Vernon 

Springs. 
*Mitchener, J. F., Statesville. 

iloffitt, J. I., Stone ^lountain. 
*Monteith, T. J., Japan. 

Moore, G. K., Fletcher. 
tMoore, Eight C. Raleigh. 

Moore, I. F., Clyde. 

Moore, J. O., Hunting Creek. 

Moore, R. A., Wing. 

Moore, R. R., Ore Hill. 

Moore, S. L., Fairview. 

Moore, Warren, Patterson. 
*Moore, J. D., Southside. 
*Morris, J. D., Roval. 
*:\Iorgan, S. L., Littleton. 

Morgan, B. L., Almond. 

Morgan, D. A., Spring Creek. 

Morgan, E. J., Candler. 

Morgan, S. J., Morgan Hill. 
*Morgan, W. C, Robbinsville. 
*Morris, J. D., Royal. 
•Morris, W. A., Ilendersonville. 

Morrow, G. B., Cataloochee. 
*Mprton, D. S., Whitley. 

Morton, H., Thomasville. 
*Morton. W. B., Marion. 
•Moss, T. J., Forest City. 

Moss, N. H.. Cherrvville. 
•Mull. W. F., Mull's Grove. 
•Mull. W. B.. Camp Creek. 

:\Iullinax. T. H.. Grover. 

:\runn. D. C. Flinty. 

Murry, L. B., Benham. 
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•Myers, W. W., Round Mountain. 

Myers, D. R., Spencer. 
*Myers, T. C, Martin. 

Myers, A. E., Round Mountain. 
*Myers, W. A., New Castle. 

Naylor, M. W., Dunn. 

Xeeves, J. M., Bud. 
"Xeighbor, R. E., Salisbury. 

Xelson, E. R., Hendersonville. 

Xelson, J. H., Patterson. 
"Xewton, J. B., Atkinson. 
■"'Xewton, J. D., Thomasville. 

Xewton. B. F., Csesar. 
••Xewton, I. T., Blacksburg, S. C. 
*Xichols, J. T., Purlear. 

Xichols, W. E., Tracadia. 
•Xobles, J. W., Pl.^Tnouth. 

Xorcutt, B. F., Charlotte. 

Xorman, M. A.. Addie. 
•Xorris, C. R., Sands. 

Xorris, E., Hayesville, 1. 

Xorris, H. W., Cosma. 

Xorris, Isaac, Crusoe. 

Xorris, John. Sweetwater. 
•Xorton, J. E., Murphy. 
•Newell, W. C, Nashville. 

•Oldham, S. W., Graham. 
•Olive, J. B., Maysville. 
■^Olive, W. S., Apex. 
•Oliver, P., King. 

Ollis, W. H., Ingalls. 
•Orr, P. P., Clotho. 

Orrell, X. B.. Kernersville. 
•Osburne, A. W., Roark. 

Osmet, J. R., Dallas. 

Overby, R. R., Beleross. 

Overton, W. C, Harrelsville. 

Owen, S. C, Candler. 
•Owen, J. E., East Durham. 
•Owen, J. H., Fidelity 

Owen, J. L., Glenville. 
•Owen. J. R., Lake Toxaway. 

•Pace, J. R.. Oxford. 
*Pagc. J. :\I., Clinton. 

Page, S. C, Dunn. 
•Page, Wiley M., Dunn. Xo. 4. 

Painter, J. P., Swain. 

Palmer, R. L., Leander. 

Parker. W. H.. Peach Tree. 

Parker, :\I. H., Peach Tree. 

Parks. E. L., Lisbon. 

Painter, J. P., Swain. 
•Pardue, A. T.. Adley. 

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•Parrish, M, E., Shelby. 
Patton, H. P., Saluda. 
*Patton, R. L., Morganton. 
*Paul, E. A., Orruiu. 
*Payne, J. M., Blowing Rock. 
*Payseur, J. J., Maiden. 
*Payseiir, C. W., Cherryville. 
*Peek, J. T., Gneiss. 
Pendergrass, J. R., Franklin. 
Pennell, A. N., Taylorsville, 4. 
Peebles. G. W., Glady. 
Peikinson, L. C, Oakville. 
*Pernell. P. H., Charlotte. 
*PeineIl, E. F, C. ^Vlliteville. 
Peterson, C. D., Dalila. 
Phillips, H., Nettle Knob. 
Phillips, John, Beech Creek. 
Phillips, Wm., Mt. Airy. 
Phillips, T. B., Charlotte. 
Phillips, J. L., Houck. 
Phillips, J. B., Collettsville. 
*Pickens, J. M., Jupiter. 
Pinner, R., Faust. 
*Pippin, A. A., Wakefield. 

Pitchford, J. A., Littleton. 
*Pittman, A. E. C, Rennert. 
*Pittman, S. M., Frank. 
*Pittman, R., Ledger. 
*Platt, J. T.. Ogden. 
*Plemmons, B. B., Trust. 
Plemmons, James, Glady. 
Pless, W. W., Crusoe. 
Poe, E. A., Morganton, 3. 
*Poe, E. D., Wakei Forest. 
Poindexter, A. D., Richmond Hill, 
Ponder, J. S., Faust. 
*Pool, E. Y., Raleigh. 
*Pool, D. W., Taylo'rsville, 3. 
Pope, W. L., Eim Grove. 
Porter, C. W., Elm City. 
Porter, W. F., Radical. 
*Porter, A. H.. Whiteville. 
*Posey, T. H., Fruitland. 
Posten, R.. Camp Call. 
*Poteat, J. E., Boon's IVIill, Va. 
Potter, W. J., Elk Park. 
Powell, L. L., East Fork. 
*Powers, Oscar L., High Point.' 
*PresIar. M. D. L., Monroe. 
*Presley, F. M., Skyland. 
*Prevatt, F. A., Lumberton. 
*Prevatt, John, Buie. 

Prewett, N., Knob Creek. 
*Pridgen, M.. Fair Bluff. 
Proffit, M. S., Democrat. 
*Pruett, L. R. Charlotte. 
*Pruitt. .Tulius, Connelly's Springs. 
Pruitt, Berry, Knob Creek. 
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Pruitt, Wm., Almond. 
*Pugh, J. M., Randleman. 
*Putnam, J. W., Magnetic City. 
*Putnam, D. F., Benson. 

Pyatte, M. F., Nebo. 

*Queen, Cicero, Ctesar. 

* Queen, A. C, Wolf Mountain. 

Queen, B. N., Argura. 

Queen, J. H., Bryson City. 

Queen, L. E., Cowartz. 

Queen, W. H., Oconaluffty. 

Queen, Thos. H., Balsam. 

Quick, G. W., Charlotte. 

''Rains, S. A., Tusquittee. 

Ramsey, Garret, Marshall. 
*Rector, J. A., Morganton. 
*Reddish, W. H., Gastonia. 
*Redman, T. E., Spurgeon. 

Reece, J. N., Galloway. 

Reed, W. W., Rich Mountain. 

Reedy, E. W., Rugby, Va. 

Reese, J. V., Warne. 

Reid, James B., Hughes. 

Reid, G. W., Reidsville. 

Renfrew, W. B., ]\Iatthews. 

Revis, W. A., Suit. 

Rhodes, J. R., Saluda. 

Rickard, D. V., Columbia, 4. 
*Richardson, J. B., High Point. 

Rickman, P. R., Leatherman. 

Rickman, C. R., Leatherman. 
*Riddick, J. T., Lexington. 
^•'Riddle, B. B., Pensacola. 

Riddle, H. B., Big Pine. 

Riddle, J., Beaver Creek. 
*Rivenbark, W. B., Teachey's. 

Roberts, Creed, Berlin. 
^Roberts, D. J., Elkspir. 
*Roberts, L. C, Sexton. 
''Robertson, W. A., Barnardsville. 
*Robeson, H. S., Shallotte. 
*Rock, C. M., Magnolia. 
*Rogers, L. A., Mull's Grove. 
*Rogers, J. L.. Whitakers. 
Roffers, M., Bushnell. 
Rollins, B. F., Elkin. 
*Rose, .T. W., Edenton. 
Rowell, .L E., Cleon. 
Rowell. S. J., Cleon. 
Roy, W. H.. Paint Fork. 
fRoyall, W. B., Wake Forest. 
Royall, R.. Kelly. 
Ruppe, John, Byarsville. 
Rutledge, W. B., Asheville. 

Sales, J., Mount Tabor. 
*Sams, J. F., Cane River. 



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K. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVEIsTlOK. 



*Sandling, R. C, Clinton. 

Sasser, T. M., Big Lick. 
^Scarborough, C. W., Murfrees- 
boro. 

Scott, J. J., Orrum. 
*Scotten, A. K., Coleridge. 

Sears, D. R., Siler City. 

Seagle, L. M., Luck. 

Seago, P. H., Lilesville. 
*Sellers, G. W., Shallotte. 
*Sellers, J., Supply. 
*Sentell, 11. A., Waynesville. 
*Sentelle, J. E., Etowah. 

Settlemyer, G. W., Henrietta. 
*Setzer, A. W., Murphy. 
*Shaver, J. M., Dealville. 

* Sheets, Henry, Lexington. 
*Shell, P. J., Gibbs. 
*Shell, J. F., Petra Mills. 

Shell, J. W., Petra Mills. 

Shell, L. C, Jonas Ridge. 
*Shepherd, X. H., Lindhurst. 
*Sher\vood, A. C, Creedmore. 

* Sherwood, J. J. L., Collettsville. 
*Shinn. J. L., Lilesville. 
*Shipman, Z. A., Etowah. 
*Shoaf, R. L., Warrensville. 

Shopshire, W. \V., Andrews. 
*Silver, E. D., Xewdale. 

Silver, Edniond, Micaville. 

Simmons, S. F., Jonesville. 
*Simons, W. S., Nina. 
*Sims, A. H., King's Mountain. 
*Simnis, B. W. X., Albemarle. 
*Singleton, T. C. Wake Forest. 

Sisk, I. G., Elkin. 
*Sledge, J. W., Stallings. 
*Sluder, W. M., Asheville, Xo. 4. 
*Smiley, J. S., Swain. 

Smith, A. B., Marble. 
*Smith, James A.. Wilmington. 
*Smith, J. E., Mt. Airv. 

Smith. J. T., Westfieid. 

Smith, J. W., Clavton. 
*Smith, J. L., Siler City. 

Smith, R. L., Crossmore. 
*Snider, D. A., Wingate. 

Snider, J. W., Concord. 

Snider. \V. A., Portsmouth. 

Snider, R. L., Smokemount. 

Soles, J., Mount Tabor. 
*Sole8bee, A. S., Lookout. 
*Sorrell, A. P., Garden City. 
*Sothern, W. P., Granite Falls. 
*Sparks. W. Tl.. Burnsville. 
*Sparks, A., Ledger. 
*Sparks. J. C, Bakersville. 

tField Sec'y S. S. Board S. B. r. 



* Speight, T. T., Windsor, R. F. D. 
Spencer, M. S., Hickory. 

JSpilman, B. W., Kinston. 
*Sprinkle, A. J., Fulton. 
*Staley, W. F., N. Wilkesboro. 

* Stallings, J. N., Salisbury. 
*Stallings, N. P., Bayboro. 
*Stamey, E. A., Altamont. 

Stanley, .J. G., Balsam Grove. 
*Stanley, C, Chadbourn. 

* Stanley, G. F., Foris, S. C. 
^Stanley, X., Braswell. 
"Stanley, J. F., Graybeal. 
*Stanberry, J. S., Almond. 
*Standridge, H. C, Hiawassee, Ga. 
*Stephens, A. B., Autryville. 
^Stephens, M. A., Liunberton. 
*Stephenson, R. S.. Raleigh. 

* Stevens, H. T., Wake Forest. 
Stanly, G. W., Molly. 
Staton, J. S., Zircouia. 
Staton, M. M., Saluda. 
Steppee, J. G., Blue Ridge. 

^Stewart, J. L., Clinton. 

Stoker, A. P., Denton. 
*Stone, C. H., Round Peak. 

Stough, A. L., Pineville. 
*Stradley, J. A., Oxford. 
*Strickland, W. H., Proximity. 
*Stringfield, 0. L., Maiden. 
*Summey, J. A., China Grove. 
*Suttle, J. W., Marshall. 

Sitton, J. D., Painter. 
*Swaim, S. D., Lexington. 
*Swaim, V. M., Cool Springs. 
*Swain, E. L., Shallotte. 

•^Talbert, W. T., Concord. 
*Tate, R. J., Sandy Plains. 
*Taylor, J. R., Seaboard. 

Taylor, A. J., Chinquapin. 

Taiylor, E. C, Bud. 
tTaylor, C. E., Wake Forest. 

Taylor, E. L., Mack. 
*Taylor, T. J., Warrenton. 

Teeter. E. D., Locust Level. 
*Tew, John 0., Favetteville. 

Tew, J. W., Iredell. 

Tew, D. W., Blake. 
*Thames, B. D., Bethel Hill. 
*Thonias, C. A. G., Monroe. 
*Thomas, I. W., Lenoir. 
*Thomas, James C, Bandana. 
*Thomasson, D. W., Semora. 

Thorn ])son, K., Kapp's Mills. 
*Thompson. C. J., Durham. 

Thompson, W. M., Lilesville. 

tProf. Wake Forest College. 



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Thorn, J. B., Ferry. 

Tipton, B. C, Fairfax. 
*Tipton, S. D., Burnsville. 

Toney, B. W., Caroleen. 

Townsend, J. T., Carmichael. 
*To\vnsend, B., Broadway. 
*Tread\vay, E. R., Trust. 

Trippett, J. F., Burlington. 
*Triplett, D. W., West Durham. 

Trivett, J. W., Boone. 

Trivett, J. S., Fleetwood. 
*Trivett. G. W., Sugar Grove. 
*Trogdon, J. M., Worthville. 
*Tucker, Elihu, Bud. 

Turner, E. W., Richmond Hill. 
*Tyner, J. T., Lumberton. 
*Tyree, W. C, Raleigh. 

*Upchurch, C. A., Burlington. 

Usrv, E. G., Oxford, 2. 
*Utley, C. H., Currie. 

*Vanhoy, W. H., Hamptonville. 
tVann, R. T., Raleigh. 
*Vaughan, L. D., Sparta. 

Vernon, J. H., Wake Forest. 
*Vernon, T. L., Tarboro. 

Vestal, M. M., Jonesville. 
•Vines, J. F., Elizabeth City. 

Vinson, J. D., Otto. 
*Vinson, T. J., Gneiss. 

Vipperman. J. H., High Point. 
*Vipperman, J. L., Dallas. 

*Wadkins, W. E., Concord. 
^Waff, W. B., Severn. 
*Walker, J. M., Columbus. 
*Walker, J., Edneyville. 
*Walker, ^I., Swan Creek. 

Walker, X., New Castle. 
*Wall, J. A., Maxwell. 

Wallen, S., Big Laurel. 

Waller, Jesse, Marshall. 
*Walton, M. C, Burgaw. 
*Wallace, W^ C. Haraer. 

Ward, J. C. Flat Rock. 
*Washburn, D. G.. Shelby, 4. 

Warren, T., Rugbv, Va. 
*Watkins. G. T., Roxboro. 
*Watson. T. D., Oconalufty. 
*Watson, J. W., Hope Mills. 
*Waycaster, J. R.. Estatoe. 
*Weatherman, J. G., Jennings. 
*Weatherspoon, J. B., Wake Forest. 

Webb, G. M.. Shelby. 
*Weldon. L. T.. Brevard. 
*Wells. C. G., Kinston. 
*Weston. E. L., Mocksville. 
*Wheeler, D. M., Bamboo. 

Wheeler, Z. W., New Light. 

+ Pres. Bap. University for Women. 



*Wheeler, J. W., Tar Landing. 

Wheelous, Z. W., Grissom. 

Whisnant, E. S., Maiden. 
■■■'Whitaker, H. C, Andrews. 
^Whitaker, A. S., Biltmore. 

White, J. A., Lenoir. 
*White, J. M., Apex. 

White, G. W., Rockyhock. 

White, M. P., Phocenix. 

White. R. T., Seaboard. 

White, W. W., Greensboro. 
^Whitehead, W. H., Laurinburg. 

Whitener, P. A., Morganton. 
*Whiteside. Z. T., Uree. 
'•^Whiteside, W. 'SI., Columbus. 

Whitley, A. E., Round Mountain. 

Wiggins, A., Brvson City. 
*Wiicox, A. G., Brinkleyville. 

Wilcox, Wm.. Todd. 

Wilcox, A. W.. Mooresville. 

Wild, J. M., Walnut Run. 

Wild. J. R., Big Pine. 
*Wildman. J. W., Chapel Hill. 
nVilhoit, G. O., :Marshville. 
■"■Williams, A. J., Zephyr. 

Williams, B. B., Harrelsville. 

Williams, J. M., Collinsville. 
*Williams, C. C, Spring Hope. 

Williams, O. P., Bryson City. 
*Williams. J. G., Star. 
■'Willis, H. A., Weldon. 

Willis, W. W., Ashpole. 
*Wilson, L. A., Tamarack. 
*Wilson, L. C, Sweetwater. 

Wilson, Samuel, Bee Log. 
^Wilson, W. E., Forest City. 
*Wilson, W. H.,' Madison. 
*Wilson, W. M., Ramseytown. 
*Wilson, S. B., Yance^Tille. 
*Wood, T. G., Manteo. 

Wood, E. M., Cisco. 
*Woodfin, J. F., Horse Shoe. 

Woodson, C. J., Shelbv. 
tWoodall, W. H., Clyde.' 
*Woodard, J. S., Needmore. 

Woodard, J. D., Gastonia. 
*Wooten. F. T.. Chadbourn. 

Wright, N., Caesar. 
*Wright. W. E., Camden. 
■^Wyatt, W. J., Troutman. 
"*Wvncoop, A. H., Morganton. 

Wolf, G. F., Dimsdale. 

*^"once, J. L., Parish. 

Yonce, D. A., Kyle. 
*Yonce, Solomon, Xorris, Tenn. 

Young, P, R., Asheville. 

Young, A. W., Scaly. 

Young, R. M., Bakersville. 

I Home Board B^ble School worker. 



LIST OF SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS. 



Lists from thirty-five Associations, gathered from the associational 
minutes for 190G. Lists from twenty-five Associations secured from 
associational minutes for 1905 and correspondence and revised in 1906. 
In some cases the lists are not complete, but each Association is rep- 
resented. Below are 1,465 names. 



ALEXANDER. 

W. E. White, Taylorsville, No. 4. 

D. Williams, Poor's Knob, No. 1. 
Wm. \V. Teague, Bentley. 

W. C. Pierce. 

N. G. Sloan, Statesville, No. 5. 

E. V. Bumgarner, Taylorsville, 5. 
J. W. Watts, Liledoun. 

J. B. Ellis, Taylorsville, No. 5. 

J. T. Rogers, Taylorsville, No. 5. 

J. E. Chatham, Taylorsville, No. 1. 

J. J. Levan. 

Jas. C. Chapman, Taylorsville, 5. 

B. F. Patterson, Hiddenite, No. 1. 

S. A. Godfrey. 

E. C. Sloan, Taylorsville. 

J. B. Echerd, Alkalithia. 

ALLEGHAXY-GRATSON. 

Isaac Bover, Brush. Va. 

J. M. Cheek, Whitehead. 

W. F. Doughton, Laurel Springs. 

H. E. McMillan, Plainfield. 

W. C. Fields. Sparta. 

U. S. :Myers, City. 

ASHE — 1905. 
J. R. Hart Floyd Samper, Park, 

Va. 
W. G. Blackburn, Fleetwood. 
J. P. Goodman, Nettle Knob. 
J. C. Goodman, Beaver Creek. 
W. A. .Johnson. Jeflferson. 
J. F. Oliver, Tree Top. 

D. H. Burgess, Obids. 
Presley Shepherd, Idlewild. 
J. A. ]Moretz, Fleetwood. 

J. A. Parsons. Mo. Wilson, Va. 

ATLANTIC. 

E. I. Provost. Marines. 
J. W. Green, Bayboro. 
L. M. Davis. Beaufort. 
W. L. Paul, Davis. 

D. R. Lewis, Marshallberg. 
D. H. Green, New Bern. 



Isaiah Davis, Smyrna. 

M. W. Heady, Swausboro. 

U. C. Holtou, ^'andemere. 

G. G. Hatsell, Hubert. 

W. L. Ramsey, Jacksonville. 

BEULAH. 

J. C. King, Blanch. 

D. Y. Mebane, Blanch. 

C. R. Vernon, Bushy Fork. 

W. C. Pulliara, Alton, Va. 

W. S. Underwood, Union Ridge. 

Robert Murray. Leasburg. 

A. L. Boyd, Winstead. 

F. B. Jones, Milton. 

J. S. Harvey, Danville, Va., R. F. D. 

G. B. Yarborough, Blanch. 

C. J. Yarborough, Locust Hill. 
]M. D. Walters, Thompsonville. 

B. S. Graves, Yanceyville. 
G. W. Farthing, Yanceyville. 

BLADEX. 

R. B. Buie. Abbottsburg. 
F. Willis, Dublin. 

C. L. Long. Downingsville. 
T. C. Hilburn, Abbottsburg. 
Ed. Rich, Garland. 

N. B. Singletary, Tar Heel. 
.T. R. Atkinson. Abbottsburg. 
I. A. Davis. Elizabethto\\Ti. 
N. A. Layton, White Oak. 
R. H. !Marshburn. Ham. 
S. W. Singletary. Bladenboro. 

BRIER CREEK 190.5. 

J. F. Gilliam, Lucile. 
J. W. Rash, Jennings. 
C. F. Sprinkle. New Hope. 

C. F. Henderson. Lovelace. 

D. K. Woodruff, Garrett. 

C. C. Wright. Hunting Creek. 
J. F. Adams, S\van Creek. 
J. T. Rcddincr. Swan Creek. 
.T. S. Martin. Clinsman. 
R. P. Madison, Roby. 



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U. C. Goodin, McCurdy. 

P. L. Henderson, Windy Gap. 

W. F. Lawrence, Osbornville. 

W. E. Sale, New Castle. 

M. L. Jarvis, Jarvis. 

J. P. McCarter, Felts. 

J. M. Johnson, Hunting Creek. 

A. G. Myers, Gwyn. 

BRUNSWICK — 1905. 

D. I. Watson, Southport. 

F. W. Spencer, Suburb. 

E. M. Little, Makatoka. 
S. Danford, Shallotte. 
Isaac Milliken. Shallotte. 

G. F. Gore, Shallotte. 

I. W. Harelson, Funston. 

P. B. Benton, Malmo. 

J. M. Long, Regan. 

G. T. Hickman, Winnabow. 

W. Sellers, Supply. 

R. M. Edwards, Exiun. 

W. J. Hardwick, Mollie. 

A. Simmons. Supply. 

J. L. Lone, Bust Hill. 

S. E. Grisset, Shallotte. 

E. Milliken, Ash. 

BRUSHY MOUNTAIN. 

C. C. Wright, Hunting Creek. 
J. W. Church, Purlear. 
Isaac Broyhill, Boomer. 

D. J. Pardue, Moravian Falls. 
J. I. Crisp, Moravian Falls. 

A. L. Barnett, Chaupion. 

B. Hufl'man, Purlear. 

S. J. Barnett, Mt. Zion. 

A. S. Eller, Purlear, No. 1. 

W. H. Church, North Wilkesboro. 

J. F. McNeil, Buck. 

L. B. Pierce, Miller's Creek. 

H. J. Stentman, Adley. 

W. S. Hall, Parsonville. 

A. E. Treadway, Poor's Knob. 

J. D. Smith, Wilkesboro. 

R. P. Yates, Boomer. 

BUNCOMBE. 

E. B. Goldsmith, Democrat. 
J. H. Tucker, Asheville. 

M. Haynes, Asheville, L 
N. B. Creasman, Biltmore, 3. 
J. A. Cordell, Fair View, 2. 
W. H. Earley, Asheville. 
A. I. Ingle. Barnardsville. 
D. S. Whitaker, Biltmore. 



S. J. Ashworth, Fair View. 

B. H. Sams, Fulton. 

T. J. Ingle, Glen Englis. 

Judson JMorgan, Candler. 

W. W. Green, Candler. 

M. E. Sluder, Juno. 

J. N. Morgan, Morgan Hill. 

M. M. Sluder, Juno. 

E. A. Roberts, Jupiter. 

B. W. Buckner, Weaversville. 
J. B. Hudgins, Black Mountain. 
L. B. Buchanan, Swannanoa. 

E. J. Rhodes, Biltmore. 
J. B. Grice, Asheville. 
Ben Davis, Candler. 

CALDWELL 1905. 

J. D. Callahan, Lenoir. 
J. W. Curtis, Finley. 
W. F. F. -Palmer, Petra. 
W. S. McCall, Gamewell. 

C. Talbert, Collettsville. 

F. P. Moore, Globe. 

J. C. L. Hayes, Upton. 

J. L. Beach, Lenoir. 

S. L. Austin, Lenoir. 

Y. D. Moore, Lenoir. 

W. D. Gable, Yadkin Valley. 

J. B. Phillips, Lenoir. 

L. D. Keller, Granite Falls. 

J. H. Dickson, Collettsville. 

W. H. H. Hartley, Hudson. 

T. J. Sims, Cedar Valley. 

J. W. Bean, Baton. 

D. G. Barber, Hartland. 

W. J. Whistnant, Granite Falls. 

S. H. Benfield, Baton. 

J. L. Bean, Globe. 

W. H. Winkler, Hickory. 

E. M. Childers, Patterson. 

CAPE FEAR-COLUMBUS 1905. 

C. D. Brown, Clarkton. 
J. B. Wyche, Red Bug. 
E. R. Peterson. Chadbourn. 
J. I. Hester, Clarkton. 

B. H. Harnley, Chadbourn. 
L. H. Malpass, Robeson. 
Elisha Colan, Fair Bluff. 
A. J. Branch, Boardman. 
W. C. Bullard, Chadbourn. 
S. J. Rowell, Phoenix. 

C. C. Griffin, Evergreen. 
C. W. Shelly, Fair Bluff. 

G. D. Lennon, Robeson. 
A. J. Baldwin, Whiteville. 



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N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVEISTTIO^^. 



W. W. Brown, Chadbourn. 
W. J. Pervis, Tabor. 
H. L. White, Vineland. 

C. B. Gore, Vineland. 

J. M. Enzor, Fair Bluflf. 
P. C. Gore, Chadbourn. 
W.. M. Suggs, Old Dock. 
E.* H. Nance, Chadbourn. 
Ira Lennon, Whiteville. 
A. C. A. White, Mollie. 
J. L. Memory, Whiteville. 

D. W. Brown, Cerro Gordo. 
D. H. Cook, Whiteville. 

J. D. Peterson, Wannanish. 

CAROLINA — 1905. 

R. K. Orr, Hendersonville. 
J. P. Wilkie, Good Luck. 
J. B. Middleton, Fruitland. 
J. *L. Sales, Fletcher. 
J. Williams, Hendersonville. 
J. B. Wall, Fruitland. 
T. M. Merrell. Gerton. 
T. B. Nelson, Horse Shoe. 
P. J. Hart, Zirconia. 
Herbert Revis, Fruitland. 
M. Presley. Edneyville. 
O. M. Drake. Hendersonville. 
N. Arledge, Fish Top. 
Miss L. Carter. Fletcher. 
T. H. M. Tabor, Upward. 
Henry Leslie, Hendersonville. 
P. T. Ward, Dana. 
J. L. Sales, Fletcher. 
W. B. Case, Horse Shoe. 
T. N. Rhymer, Saluda. 

CATAWBA Rn'ER. 

J. W. Sparks, Dogwood. 

Zeb. H. L. Lownian. Connelly's 

Springs. 
S. A. Ramsey. Drexel. 
T. L. Duckworth, ;Morganton. 
J. G. Parker. Bridgewater. 
O. O. Roney, Henry. 
Jesse Huffman, "Nrorganton. 
R. C. Whitencr. :Morganton. 
:\r. P. Hildobrand, ?*[organton. 
H. S. Benfield. :\Iorganton, 3. 
W. S. .Tohncon. Csrsar. 
J. A. Smith. Enola. 
T. A. Cook. Bel wood. 
J. F. Yount'. Connelly's Springs. 
R. J. Fox. Linville Store. 
J. G. Proctor, Shoup's Ford. 



CEDAR CREEK 1905. 

J. R. Biddle, Edonia. 
A. J. Guy, kSherwood. 
A. B. Smith, Cedar Creek. 
A. J. Hall, Lena. 

D. W. Irogdeu, Cotton. 

F. H. Hobbs, ii'ayetteville. 
J. C. Beard, Fayetteville. 

E. G. Johnson, St. -L^auFs. 
M. Cashwell, Hope Mills. 
Thos. Bennett, Fayetteville. 
E. M. Hall, Sherwood. 

W. I. Lanier, Fayetteville. 
E. J. Biggs, Rennert, 2. 

D. C. Rogers, Hope Mills. 
J. H. McGee, White Oak, 1. 

CENTRAL. 

G. B. Norwood, Neuse, 1. 
C. E. Richards, Riley. 
G. L. Allen, Creedmore. 
G. T. Watkins, Falls. 

R. J. Conyers, Youngsville. 

J. B. Saintsing, Wake Forest. 

R. B. White, Franklinton. 

C. E. Brewer, Wake Forest. 

J. A. Clifton, Youngsville. 

T. Y. Baker, Riley, 1. 

G. L. B. Penny, Raleigh. 

T. L. Jeffreys, Franklinton, R. F. D, 

W. H. Nichols. Neuse, 1. 

L. L. Brogden. Rogers' Store, 2. 

A. C. Green, Raleigh, 5. 

B. L. Pierce, Youngsville. 
W. S. Pruett, Franklinton. 
T. H. Briggs, Raleigh. 

J. R. Broughton. Rolesville. 

C. H. Baugh, Raleigh. 

A. E. Lowry. Wake Forest, 1. 

J. H. Gorrell. Wake Forest. 

W. D. O'Neal, Neuse. 2. 

W. A. Taylor. Raleigh. 

P. R. Allen, Wake Forest, 1. 

E. P. Allen, Youngsville. 

CHOWAN. 

M. J. Lawrence, Dart. 

J. H. Churchill. Tyner, 1. 

R. W. Lucas, Belhaven. 

Joseph ^r. Jennings. E. City. 

J. W. White. Fdenton, 3. 

Henrv Hofler, Boslev. 

W. H. Jennines, E. City. 

E. C. Perrv. L 'M. Bovce. Tyner. 

Thomas R. Ward, Belvidere. 



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Charles Bateman, Columbia. 
E. H. Eure, Eure. 
H. R. Griffin, E. City. 
G. H. Jacobs, South Mills. 
E. S. Norman, Edenton. 
E. F. Aydlett, E. City. 
W. H. Knight, Corapeake. 
Lycurgus Holler, Gatesville. 
J. T. Morgan, Camden. 
T. C. Lane, Hertford. 
J. P. Perry, Hertford. 
J. W. Smith, Edenton, 4. 
L. D. Tarkington, Manteo. 
D. W. Taylor, Drum Hill. 
J. L. Norman, Creswell. 

D. B. Squires, Riddle. 
W. M. Price, E. City. 

W. B. Morrisett, Poplar Branch. 
W. D. Barnard, Shawboro. 
T. L. Spence, E. City, 4. 
M. "V. Ballance, Maple. 

E. J. Freeman, Somerton, Va. 
A. S. Morgan, E. City. 
Spencer Etheridge, Manteo. 

R. B. Hollowell, Edenton, 1. 

Clifton Sawyer, Weeksville. 

J. S. Sanderlin, Bell Cross. 

Moses, Lee, TuUs. 

J. D. Berry, Shiloh. 

J. E. Swain, Columbia. 

J. T. Bunch, Hobbsville. 

Wesley Austin, Corolla. 

W. J. Asbell, Belvidere. 

W. E. Bogue, Woodville. 

J. J. Perry, T. C. Hedrick, Edenton. 



J. M. Hall, Alpine. 
L. E. Pope, Turkey. 

C. A. Byrd, Mt. Olive. 
W. B. Stewart, Clinton. 
I. D. -Johnson, Rose Hill. 
W. D. Wilkins, Magnolia. 
Zack Jones, Magnolia. 
W. J. Fryar, Delway. 

J. E. Highsmith, Parkersburg. 

V. M. Seawell, Faison. 

E. S. Bostic, Hallsville. 

E. Heldt, Rose Hill. 

J. W. Gur^anus, Ivanhoe. 

W. H. Middleton, Warsaw. 

Thad. .Tones. Kenansville. 

D. L. Herrinsr, Garland. 

D. H. Marshburn, Maple Hill. 

E. L. Croom. Clinton. 
C. H. Horton, Mt. Olive, 
r. F. Newton, Kerr. 



H. M. Swinson, Magnolia. 

C. E. Daniel, Turkey. 
J. C. Hobbs, Keener. 

J. W. Westbrook, Faison. 
J. T. Kennedy, Moltonville. 
W. D. Henderson, Rose Hill. 
Frank Sloan, Chinquapin. 

D. T. Johnson, Kerr. 

A. F. Robinson, Clinton, 4. 
S. M. Carlton, Warsaw. 

ELKIN — 1905. 

W. M. McCann, Trap Hill, 1, 

Felix Gambil, Benham. 

Uriah Miller, Cowles. 

J. F. Burcham, Chatham. 

J. B. Burcham, Elkin. 

W. F. Edwards, Roaring River. 

I. N. Bauguss, Knottsville. 

W. F. Byrd, Roaring River. 

J. S. Collins, Parks. 

Abner Caudell, Roaring River. 

FLAT RIVER. 

W. T. Chandler, Virgilina, Va. 
G. W. Denny, Roxboro, 5. 

A. J. Crutchfield, Woodsdale, 2. 
L. J. Meadows, Roguemont. 

B. T. Hicks, Bullock. 

D. W. Eakes, Oxford. 
Ralph Currin, Northside. 
M. F. Adcock, Creedmoor. 
S. A. Green, Oxford, 5. 

N. C. Currin, Oxford, 1. 
S. A. Cannady, Creedmoor. 
J. T. Torain, Virgilina, Va. 
J. W. Winston, Nelson, Va. 
B. F. Dean, Oxford. 
J. S. Norwood, Williamsboro. 
S. W. Waller, Stem, 1. 
J. R. Buchanan, Oxford. 
T. H. Street, Mill Creek. 
J. T. Daniel, Oxford. 
W. J. Downey, Oxford, 5. 
S. E. Peed, Moriah, 5. 
J. F. Meadows, Oxford. 
W. B. Connellj^ Northside. 
W. S. Howell, Kittrell, 2. 
J. W. Smith, Creedmoor. 
J. L. Capps, Henderson, 5. 
J. E. Perkins, Roxboro. 

E. D. Cheek, Roxboro. 

J. S. Royster, Woodsworth. 
J. C. Currie, Berea, 7. 
J. S. Royster, Soudan, Va. 
G. A. Faucett, Stovall. 
J. E. Duncan, Stem, 3. 



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FRENCH BROAD 1905. 

R. L. Moore, Mars Hill. 

Mary Jarvis, Peek. 

L. M. Bryan, Marshall. 

Jesse Fisher, Marshall. 

M. W. Buckner, Outlook. 

C. C. Runnion, Walnut Run. 

R. L. Green, Mars Hill. 

M. G. Hudgins, Marshall. 

S. E. Arrowood, Fulton. 

J. R. Andres, Laurelton. 

Thos. Rauisy, Pump. 

R. T. Edwards, Mars Hill. 

J. B. Rice, Big Laurel. 

L. B. Sams, Grantville. 

T. A. Rice, Big Laurel. 

C. J. Bradley, Grapevine. 
J. C. Davis,' Little Creek. 

D. J. Deal, Marshall. 
John Allen, Waverly. 

J. H. Ensley, Alexander. 

GREEX BIVER — 1905. 

T. F. Thorn, Nealsville. 

E. L. McDade, Mill Springs. 
J. J. RufTe, Mill Springs. 

J. F. Turner, Blalock. 

B. C. Lawter, Bob. 

T. N. Wilson, Dinisdale. 

J. P. Arlege, Columbus. 

D. L. Robertson, Blalock. 

E. G. Goforth, Nealsville. 
B. Biggerstaff, Trio. 

W. D. Long, Gardon City. 

W. H. Taylor, Dysartsville. 

Z. T. Whitesides, Ayr. 

G. M. Walton, Rocky Pass. 

S. S. McPeeters. Celo. 

J. A. Gall ion. Demmings. 

B. B. Price, Marion. 

J. J. Lambright. Mill Springs. 
A. F. ilorgan. Xanito. 
A. F. Geer, Gilkey. 
N. C. Bavess, Dennis. 
M. W. Garrett, Saluda. 
S. A. Bridges. Bonny. 
W. P. Terrill, Old Fort. 
W. J. Harden, Nanito. 
Wm. S. Rollins, Nanito. 

C. C. Lovelace, Mack. 

Jerrv Jackson, Poplar Grove. 
C. G. Hill, Gilkey. 
A. L. Grayson, Rutherfordton. 
E. A. Arledge, Mill Spring. 
John Nanney, Redtop. 



W. F. JMcMahon, Gardon City. 
T. T. Ballenger, Tryon. 
J. R. Whitesides, Chimney Rock. 
J. M. Pendergrass, Eclipse. 

HAYWOOD. 

D. R. Allen, Waynesville. 
H. Messer, Crabtree. 

A. M. CrawJord, Cruso. 

C. F. Owen, Waynesville. 

L. N. Pinner, Canton. 

J. L. [Morgan, Clyde. 

0. H. Winchester, Waynesville. 

A. C. Walker, Clyde. 

G. W. Liner, Waynesville. 

W. J. Hannah, Waynesville. 

J. Z. Smathers, Canton. 

JOHNSTOX. 

W. H. Maden, Selma, 2. 

J. C. -Hardee, Clayton. 

A. Parish, Benson. 

David Pace, Micro. 

J. J. Wallace, Wilson's Mills. 

F. P. Wood, Four Oaks. 
J. W. McCall, Selma, 4. 
R. H. Gower, Clayton. 

M. L. Barefoot, Dunn, 2. 

Luther Bunch. Clayton, 2. 

J. A. Estridge, Archer, 1. 

0. D. Stanly, Four Oaks. 

J. F. Jernigan. Beasley, 2. 

W. I. Green, Selma, 3. 

L. L. Creech, Micro. 

J. F. Pool, Clayton. 

J. H. Flowers,* Taylor. 

N. W. Smith, Four Oaks, 1. 

W. IM. Eason, Selma, 4. 

K. H. Higgans, Smithfield. 

Charles H. Holt, Princeton. 

,[. R. Hood, Selma. 

C. H. Bunday, Garner, 1. 

,). M. Beaty.' Smithfield. 

E. F. Crump, Smithfield. 
J. F. Lawhon, Benson, 2. 
V. R. Turley, Clayton. 3. 
J. T. Holt. 'Wilson's Mills. 
C. Z. Todd, Wendell. 

king's mountain. 

J. D. McSwain, Shelby, 4. 

G. H. Logan. King's Mountain. 
Esley 0. Green. Shelby, 3. 

H. W. Clark. Bessiemer City. 
C. ('. Wilson, Stubbs. 



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W. H. Martin, Coesar. 

J. Z. Falls, Cleveland Mills. 

L. C. McDowell, Cherry ville. 

J. W. Stroup, Philipsbiirg. 

W. W. Washburn, Shelby, 4. 

J. W. Spangler, Shelby, 6. 

I. B. Allen, Shelby, 7. 

P. Z. Carpenter, 1^'allston. 

J. A. Ellis, Grover. 

S. S. Weir, King's Mountain. 

A. M. Lattimore, Lattimore. 

J. H. Hawkins, Shelby, 2. 

W. W. Cornwell. 

A. L. Putnam, Cherryville. 

Carme Elam, Lawudale. 

A. E. Bettis, Earl. 
George P. Webb, Shelby, 5. 

T. M. Ware, King's Mountain, 4, 
Thomas Falls, King's Mountain. 
J. R. Dover, Grover, 2. 
Sylvanus Gardner, Shelby, 6. 
George Dover, Grover, 2. 
E. S. Glasco, Shelby, 3. 
D. W. Blanton, Shelby, 5. ' 

B. F. Jones, Lattimore, 1. 

D. M. Witherspoon, Cherryville. 

0. M. Mull, Shelby. 

R. L. Weathers. Shelby, 5, 

D. H. Elliott, Waco. 

S. W. Hughes, Shelby, 2. 



N. R. Teague, Kernersville, 1. 

W. B. Russell, Denton. 

E. M. Russell, Riley's Store. 

B. R. Cross, Silver Hill. 

J. T. Pierce, Cox. 

J. D. Palmer, Linwood. 

J. W. Xoell, Lexington. 

N. T. Kindlev, Thomasville, 5. 

P. M. Snider' Silver Hill, 1. 

J. D. Welch, Pisgah. 

Branson, Charles, Winston-Salem. 

S. H. Averitt, Thomasville. 

J. H. Beck, Jubilee. 

P. S. Vann, Wallburg. 

H. C. Myers, Lexington, 3. 

Wm. Bowers, Lake. 

O. L. Stoner, Linwood. 

Elias Moore, Michfield. 

A. H. Michael, Chandlers. 

A. F. Sams, Thomasville. 

LIBERTY-DUCKTOWN . 

A. K. Dickev, Ranger. 
U. S. G. Phillips, Unaka. 
J. B. Abernathy, Brady. 



J. B. Brown, Isabella, Tenn. 

J. M. Taylor, Nina. 

G. T. Spurling, Ducktown, Tenn. 

W. H. Turner, Culberson. 

I. jST. Suit, Ranger. 

W. C. Ensley, Suit. 

R. A. Cline, Hothouse. 

E. H. Bering, Patrick. 

R. M. Shields, Culberson. 

D. F. Barlett, Cobbs. 

U. H. Johnson, Ogretta. 

D. D. McNabb, Hiawassee. 
W. E. Payne, Letitia. 

P. E. Nelson, Postell. 

E. B. Barber, Culberson. 
J. T. Payne, Vest. 

C. E. Davis, Nina. 
Thomas Kimsey, Vest. 
A. J. Bell, Wolf Creek. 
W. G. Sparks, Suit. 
A. K. Dickey, Ranger. 
J. T. Silvey, Culberson. 

D. F. Bartlett, Cobbs. 
Andy Arp, Culberson. 

LITTLE RIVER. 

C. W. Flowers, Angier. 
H. B. Page, Fish Creek. 

D. R. Ennis, Dunn. 

J. A. Clark, Westville. 

S. H. oenter, Fuquay Springs. 

J. R. Raggett, Buie's Creek. 

J. D. Dennis, Chalk Level. 

G. W. Hart, Duke. 

H. C. McNeill, Dunn. 

G. E. Byrd, Duke. 

C. W. Matthews, Kipling. 

N. T. Patterson, Mohawk. 

M. S. Bradley, Broadway. 

C. P. Norris, Lillington. 

J. B. Wilkins, Draughon. 

W. B. Matthews, Angier. 

W. C. Bright, New Hill. 

J. D. Betts, Fuquay Springs. 

J. D. Avera, Turlington. 



J. M. Cochran, Duval. 

J. F. Kev, Franklin. 

W. R. C'loer, Franklin. 

C. A. Setzer, Franklin. 

M. L. Rickman, West's Mills, 

Mattie Rickman, West's Mills. 

B. H. Carpenter, Franklin. 

R. W. Messer, Franklin. 

James Stockton, Franklin. 

Alex. Moore, Ellijay. 



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H. H. Jarrett, Franklin. 

S. S. Whitmire, Dillard, Ga. 

J. N. Arnold, Highlands. 

W. R. Fouts, Franklin. 

J. W. Rickman, Leatherman. 

E. L. Long, Scaly. 

Alice Potts, Ellijay. 

T. R. Ledford, Franklin. 

H. J. Bradley, Etna. 

J. W. Hasting, Franklin. 

W. M. Shook, Higdonville. 

J. C. M. Bolick, Higdonville. 

Ed. Byrd, Stiles. 

E. A. Snyder, Dean. 
S. J. Amnions, Dean. 
J. H. Swaflford, Kyle. 

MECKLENBUKG-CABABB0S. 

F. M. Hinson, Arlington. 
W. C. Hough, Clear Creek. 
J. W. Connell, Concord. 

R. D. Moonev, Davidson. 
T. S. Franklin, Charlotte. 
D. H. Kearns, Concord. 
S. Q. Garrison. Shopton. 
J. R. Atkins, Derita. 
C. M. Robinson, Charlotte. 
T. J. Renfrow, Matthews. 
W. E. Hull, Newell. 
W. M. Lvles. Charlotte. 
W. S. Paxton. INIatthews. 
W. F. Dowd. Charlotte. 
A. D. Grisco. Concord. 
J. E. Wright. Concord. 
J. C. Hager, Huntersville. 
O. L. Wagstaff, Concord. 
W. R. Small, Charlotte. 

MITCHELL — 190.5. 

S. J. Black, Bakersville. 

J. Y. Sparks, Ledger. 

William Grindstaif, Spruce Pine. 

W. W. Buchanan, Hawk. 

S. W. Conlev, Toe Cane. 

A. S. Burleson, Little Rock Creek. 

Stokes Buchanan. Glen Ayre. 

V. T. Fortncr, Wing. 

Isaac Cox. Estatoe. 

P. M. Wilson, Bakersville. 

Joseph Sparks, Frank. 

Robert T. Lewis, Valley. 

Wesley Buchanan, Clarissa. 

A. F. "McKinney, Bakersville. 

MONTGOMERY-1905. 

M. M. .Tones, Mt. Gilead. 
L. Morris, Vestal. 



Eugene Harris, Mt. Gilead. 

W. B. Owen, Star. 

G. I. Usry, Wadeville. 

S. S. Ballard, Wadeville. 

J. L. McMillan, Okeeweemeie. 

J. H. Deaton, Troy. 

J. C. Thompson, Portland. 

J. W. Haywood, Capelsie. 

Barna Allen, Troy. 

MOUNT ZION. 

C. P. Durham, Chapel Hill, 3. 

A. T. Holman, Ascend. 

J. F. Clements, Durham, 7. 

W. A. Berry, Meredith. 

E. F. McCauley, Hillsboro. 

Ira E. D. Andrews, Chapel Hill. 

C. W. Ellis, Durham, 3. 

J. L. Scott, Burlington. 

W. T. Reynolds, Hillsboro. 

E. Walton, Nelson. 

Collier Cobb, Chapel Hill. 

W. J. Brogden, Durham. 

J. V. Riggsbee, Durham. 

J. N. Clark, East Durham. 

J. M. Martin, Hillsboro, 1. 

C. L. ONeal, Durham. 

J. A. Fowler, Durham, 1. 

Jno. Webster, Graham. 

W. T. Brooks, Haw River. 

J. T. Knight, Hillsboro. 

W. E. Oldham, Riggsbee. 

J. J. Bryan, Merry Oaks. 

W. J. Riddle, Saxapahaw. 

A. Riggsbee, Chapel Hill, 
W. M. Stroud, University. 
W. H. Couch, Durham, 5. 
J. R. Seymour. 

.J. B. Harward, Morrisville, 1. 
K. L. Nichols, Durham, 6. 
C. F. Williams, Apex. 
Oscar Franklin, Rougemont. 
T. IM. Roberson. Swepsonville. 
T. E. Sparrow, Chapel Hill. 
J. T. Pickett. West Durham. 
J. W. Cole, Durham. 

NEW FOUND — 1905. 

J. P. Clemmons, Luck. 
W. B. Davis, Lee. 
J. L. Condrey. Trust. 
Lydia Cook, ISIascot. 
W. H. Roberts. Worley. 

B. F. Hayes, Emma. 

Garrison Roberts, Little Pine Cr'k. 
W. T. Hall, Gem. 



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\V. B. Davis, Lee. 
C. D. Hall, Alexander. 
W. J. Hayes, Odessa. 
J. M. Ball, Marshall. 
C. J. Woody, Luck. 
J. J. Graham, Trust. 
H. S. Rymer, Juno. 
J. N. Buckner, Big Pine. 
C. F. Casada, Marshall. 
M. I. Eatcliff., Leicester. 
W. S. Johnson, Belle View. 
Pv. W. Poor, New Found. 
James Wilson, Marshall. 
H. S. Hall. Canton, 1. 
N. C. Waldrupe, Bluff. 
Moses Reese, Joe. 



A. G. Cox, Winterville. 
W. C. Jackson, Ayden. 

J. B. Grantham, Goldsboro, 4. 
M. D. Lane, Fort Barnwell. 
C. C. Teague, Fremont. 
E. L. Edmundson, Goldsboro. 
J. W. Sadler, Goldsboro. 

E. L. Edmundson, Goldsboro. 
L. R. Varsar, Kinston. 

J. P. Joyner, LaGrange. 

B. F. Sasser, Dobbersville. 
George W. Parker, INIaysville. 
S. S. Strother, Eureka. 
Nonio 0. Sutton, Kinston. 

J. C. Parker, Trenton. 
T. A. Bell, Pollocksville. 
J. J. Croom, Kinston. 
G. G. Quinn, Seven Springs. 
A. H. Joyner, Snow Hill. 

F. G. Mitchell. New Bern. 
P. B. McDaniel, Trenton. 
T. E. Elmore, Kinston. 

PEE DEE — 1905. 

W. B. McLendon, Ansonville. 
J. T. Henley, Wadesboro. 
J. W. Thomas, Polkton. 
W. M. Thompson, ijilesville. 

C. V. Holland, Laurinburg. 
C. L. Frederick, Lilesville. 
J. F. Thomas, Morven. 

A. G. Tyson, Paris. 

T. B. Goodman, Polkton. 

A. D. Griffin, Peaehland. 

T. F. Thomas, Polkton. 

R. A. Johnson. Rockingham. 

S. J. Turner, Flintridge. 

W. R. Jones, Covington. 



C. B. Wallace, Hoffman. 
S. Baucum, Goodman. 

J. A. Dixon, Wadesboro. 
J. A. Williams, Hamlet. 
J. H. Austin, Rockingham. 
J. H. Flake, Wadesboro. 
J. A. Efird, Polkton. 
W. R. Covington, Robordel. 
W. A. Parker, Cordova. 
A. A. McMillan, Maxton. 
W. J. Ferrell, Wadesboro. 

PIEDMONT. 

D. M. Moore, Reidsville, 4. 
R. K. Craven, Cedar Falls. 
Wm. Cummings, Reidsville, 2. 
Lee H. Battle, Greensboro. 

O. N. Richardson, High Point. 
W. E. Harrison, Greensboro. 
D. H. Parnell, High Point. 
J. W. Fogleman. Gibsonville. 
J. T. Turner, Liberty. 
Wm. Brothers, Liberty, R. F. D. 

C. F. Moon, Franklinville. 
J. E. Stroud, Hartshorne. 
T. D. Collins, Randleman. 
M. E. Johnson, Ramseur. 
Z. H. Neal, Reidsville. 

J. W. Roberts, Ruffin. 
Wm. Morris, Liberty. 
J. L. Spencer, Greensboro. 
F. W. Dogget, Summerfield. 

D. L. Lewis, Proximity. 

PILOT MOUNTAIN. 

p. M. Martin, Ayersville. 

A. J. Shouse, Winston, 7. 

J. A. Johnson, Mayodan. 

J. P. Covington, Delk. 

Frank Cook, Clemmonsville. 

J. M. Sharp, Intelligence. 

J. T. Wall. Stoneville. 

T. B. Lindsey, Stoneville. 

W. H. Gibson, Madison. 

J. W. Simmons, Mt. Airy, 2. 

T. F. Tuttle, Germanton, 1. 

J. E. Slate, Germanton. 

J. E. Hester, Kernersville. 

N. H. SiTtphin, Mt. Airy 2. 

J. A. Ruth, Kernersville. 

J. F. Slate, King. 

T. J. Taylor, Leaksville. 

C. L. Spaugh, Lewisville. 

J. M. Hill. Mt. Airy. 

T. A. Mitchell, Reidsville. 

J. Walter Tuttle, King, R. P. D. 1. 



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B. F. Johnson, Walnut Cove. 
Thomas D. Meadow, Madison. 

B. R. Martin, Mayodan. 

E. F. Stewart, Tobaccoville. 
J, G. Tuttle, Donaha. 
W. D. Poore, Verano, Va. 
T. I. Rumley, Slew's Creek. 

C. H. Boyles, Pinnacle, R. F. D. 2. 
T. F. Merritt, Salem Chapel. 

C. O. Small, Wentworth. 
L. W. Clark, Spray. 

W. A. Sullivan, Pinnacle. 

J. W. Chilton, Mt. Airy, R.F.D. 1. 

L. C. Hobson, Winston-Salem. 

W. H. Grogan, Stoneville. 

I. 0. Hart, demons. 

E. M. Hill, Westfield. 

D. S. Rothrock, Winston-Salem. 
J. G. Shelton, Walnut Cove. 
W. J. Conrad, Winston. 

A. T. Haynes, Winston. 

RALEIGH. 

S. C. Olive, Apex. 

D. B. Harrison, Raleigh. 

Edward Howard, Willow Springs. 

D. C. Smith, Raleigh. 
Sion Holleman, Cary. 
T. B. Ansley, Apex. 

J. M. Luther, Cary, R. F. D. 5. 

J. T. Pullen, Raleigh. 

W. S. Page, Fuquay Springs. 

J. J. Bagwell, Garner. 

G. M. Beavers, Apex. 

J. B. Herndon, Morrisville. 

E. T. Scarboro, Eagle Rock. 

C. H. Collins, Hollv Springs. 

T. H. Smith, Raleigh, R. F. D. 3. 
G. A. Andrews, Raleigh, R. F. D. 6. 
R. B. Nichols. Raleigh, R. F. D. 6. 
G. J. Banks, MeCullers'. 
R. E. Atkins, Morrisville. 

D. Vaughan, ^Morrisville. 
Delma Morgan, Method. 

0. G. Ellen, Cary, R. F. D. 1. 
J. H. Smith, Raleigh. 

E. T. Banks, Raleigh, R. F. D. 3. 
E. A. Young, Cary, R. F. D. 1. 
J. J. Maynard, Apex. 

C. S. Wilson, New Hill. 

W. W. Utley, Apex, R. F. D. 2. 

J. A. Luquire, Nelson. 

N. B. Broughton, Raleigh. 

J. G. Kemp, Wakefield. 

E. W. Green, Wakefield. 



I. A. Smith, Allenton. 

Dr. F. H. Pittman, Ashpole. 

L. B. Barnes, Lumberton, R. F. D. 

Allen Hayes, Marietta. 

L. F. Martin, Norment. 

E. C. Nye, Orrura. 

W. R. Surles, Orrum. 

Orren Flowers, Lumberton, R.F.D. 

R. L. Pittman, Ashpole. 

E. N. Prevatt, Lumberton, R.F.D. 

J. L. Racklev, Lumber Bri 

W. 0. Biggs,"^ Fair Bluff. 

M. M. Caddell, Maxton. 

Andrew Freeman, Kingsdale. 

W. L. Thompson, Lumberton, E. 

F. D. 4. 
G. R. Thagard, Lumber Bridge. 
R. D. Caldwell, Lumberton. 
Frank Gough, Lumberton. 
J. B. Weatherlv, Maxton. 
J. Z. Stone, Orrimi, R. F. D. L 

D. W. McLean, Maxton. 

E. G. Hayes, Rowland. 
W. Bowen, Marietta. 
Alfred Britt, Buie, R. F. D. 
W. B. Hedgpeth, Orrum. 

E. F. Jones, Parkton. 

A. Chavers, Pembroke. 

A. L. Hall, McDonald's. 

T. H. Pittman, Hamer. 

G. W. Turner, Ashpole. 

J. E. Carlvle, Lowe. 

A. D. Kellv, Raeford. 

P. C. Smitii, Lumberton, R. F. D. 

R. F. DeVane, Red Springs. 

A. M. Tolar, Rennert. 
W. F. Briston, Rowland. 
Richard Humphrey, Rennert, R. F. 

D. 2. 
J. M. Sessoms, Howellsville. 
R. R. Barnes, Barnesville. 
W. C. Collins, Lumberton, R. F. 

D. 3. 
W. B. Powers, Lumberton, R. F. 

D. 1. 
W. H. Fisher, Tolarsville. 
N. J. Page, Ashpole. 
R. C. R. Sessoms, Howellsville. 
J. R. Allen, Howellsville. 

SAXDY CREEK. 

J. A. Bryant, Aberdeen. 

B. B. Stinson, Goldston. 
D. E. Murchison, Gulf. 
N. A. Hannon, Carthage. 



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H. C. Lambert, Joseph. 
J. E. Spence, Cole's Store. 

C. H. Teague, Cameron. 
H. F. Seawell, Carthage. 

D. H. Perry, Sanford. 
H. F. Brown, Coleridge. 

J. A. Desern, Eagle Springs. 
J. E. Ellington, Hadley. 
T. J. Savage, Sanford, R. F. D. 
Mary S. Tally, Bear Creek, R.F.D. 

A. C. Bridges, Lockville. 
W. D. Thomas, Lockville. 

E. V. Straughan, Siler City,R.F.D. 
W. W. Moore, Jonesboro. 

H. A. Teague, Siler City. 
O. B. Stroud, Ore Hill. 
H. H. Jordan, Jordan. 
R. F. Andrews, Mandale. 
W. A. Cheek, Pittsboro. 
Mrs. F. T. Spinney, PinebluflF. 
M. E. Myrick. Swinton. 
J. L. Griffin, Pittsboro. 

C. M. Webster, Ore Hill. 
W. C. Teague, Siler City. 
Norman Phillips, Pittsboro. 

B. B. Webster, Causey. 

R. L. Alexander, Ramseur. 
T. L. Chisholm, Sanford. 

D. L. Webster, Siler City. 

C. G. Frazier, Staley. 

B. B. Phillips, Bear Creek. 
Neil Dunlap, Spencerville. 

SAXDY RUN, 1905. 

A. M. McKinnev, Ellenboro. 
S. C. Callihan, Forest City. 

B. E. Toms, Hollis. 

J. F. Rupp, Maud, S. C. 

J. R. Moore, Caroleen. 

J. F. Alexander, Forest City. 

J. H. Blanton, Poor's Ford. 

T. Harris, Mooresboro. 

R. M. Wilson, Bostic. 

J. D. Carlton, Sunshine. 

W. H. Gardener. Lattimore. 

J. L. Jollv, Cliffside. 

0. M. Holland, Forest City. 

L. B. Scruggs, Maud, S. C. 

W. A. Martin, Mooresboro. 

J. T. Rupp. Rutherfordton. 

T. F. Street, Cliffside. 

J. W. Duncan, Bostic. 

J. F. Weathers, Cliffside. 

J. J. Melton, Golden. 

J. J. Withrow, Gamble's Store. 

J. D. Culbreth, Mooresboro. 

J. A. Hines, Melvin Hill. 



M. A. Walden, Henrietta. 
G. P. Henson, Island Ford. 
N. Bridges, Gaffney, S. C. 
A. R. Yelton, Bostic. 
W. G. Crow, Ellenboro. 
T. M. Holland, Ellenboro. 
G. W. Settlemyre, Cliffdale. * 
J. R. Dycus, Ellenboro. 

SOUTH FORK. 

F. A. McAllister, Alexis. 
L. B. Lawing, Lincolnton. 
W. C. Gulp, Belmont. 

H. C. Goodson, Henry. 

C. M. Wells, Lincolnton. 

D. F. Hovis, Stanley. 
Jno. Danner, Catawba. 
P. G. Hevner, .Jugtown. 
R. S. Lewis, Dallas. 

A. N. Jones, Alexis. 

E. A. Hurley, Gastonia. 
J. S. Wray, Gastonia. 

T. H. Roberts, ]\Iountain Island. 
A. L. Boatwright, Hickory. 

G. P. Abernathy, McAdenville. 
E. L. Carpenter, Highshoals. 
W. S. Kid, Denver. 

J. J. Smith, Gastonia. 
J. 0. Aller, Lincolnton. 
E. N. Queen, Dallas. 
S. L. Bolinger. Lowell. 
W. T. Lee, Lincolnton. 

E. S. Whisnant, Maiden. 
M. A. Harrell, McAdenville. 
L. A. Crawford, Hickory. 
J. D. Howe, Mt. Holly. 

M. C. Lowery, ]\Iaiden. 

C. T. Hoke, Tronton. 

G. H. Cochrane, Newton. 
J. T. Ervin, Catawba. 

F. A. Leak, Hickory. 
Roy Williams, Newton. 
Geo. Young, Henry. 

A. L. Cline, Southside. 
A. B. Harris, Lincolnton. 
J. E. C. Ford, Lowell. 
W. P. Rhoney, Newton. 

SOUTH RIVER, 1905. 

L. M. Cooper, Autryville. 
E. A. Jackson, Cooper. 
J. C. Howard, Clinton. 
J. M. .Johnson, Dunn. 

D. C. Matthews, Wade. 

D. J. Williams. Autrvville. 
W. H. Tripp, Stedman. 



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W. L. Stephens, Clinton. 

J. A. Oates, Fayetteville. 

W. 0. Gilbert, Blake. 

T. L. Hall, Autryville. 

Cyrus Carter, Buekhorn. 

J. p. Bryant, Stedmau. 

M. M. Sessoms, Roseboro. 

E. A. Tew, Lydia. 

L. G. Brock, Roseboro. 

C. H. Butler, Clinton. 

O. D. Strickland, Giles Mill. 

E. T. Turlington, Clinton. 

F. A. Page, Dunn. 

C. H. McLamb, Huntley. 

A. P. Howard, Salemburg. 
Randell Williams, Orange. 

SOUTH YADKIN. 

il. L. Branch, Statesville, Route 6. 

C. L. Clark, Eufola. 

D. P. Bellinger, Cleveland. 
J. W. Parks, Spencer. 

M. M. Kirk, China Grove. 
R. L. Lowery, Salisbury. 
J. W. Creason, Cooleemee. 

G. W. Miller, Salisbury, Route 6. 

C. R. Mvers, Salisbury, Route 5. 
G. L. White, Cana. 

Lowe Loftin, Spencer. 

W. F. Merrill, Mocksville, Route 3. 

M. J. Hendrix, Mocksville. 

John Hunbarrier, Granite Quarry. 

J. W. Deal, Waugh. 

D. C. Livengood. ^locksville, 
Route 4. 

F. A. Foster, Mocksville. 

B. W. Karr. Mooresville. 
W. C. Blaylock, Statesville, 

Route 4. 
.T. L. Yost, Yost. 
W. H. Britt. Spencer. 
X. S. Gaither, County Line. 

F. F. Wooten, Statesville. 

C. S. Minor. Salisbury. 
J. 0. Purncll. Statesville. 

G. E. Woodward, Statesville. 

STANLY. 

M. T. Hatcher, Albemarle. 
G. A. Honeycutt, Albemarle. 
W. T. Russell, Albemarle. 
M. P. Russell, Whitlev. 
P. G. Hartsell, Big Lick. 
H. R. Connell, Sprite. 
J. C. Burlovson, Blonmington. 
A. Jackson," Gold Hill. 



J. B. Crook, Cottonville. 
W. K. Littleton, Albemarle. 

D. W. Gorman. Concord, R.F.D. 7 
S. L. Morton, Richfield, R.F.D. 2. 
P. P. Brady, Gold Hill. 

A. A. Hartsell, Locust. 

J. A. Harrington, Mt. Pleasant, R. 

F. D. L 
J. H. Simmons, Big Lick. 
J. C. Crook, Xew London. 

E. F. Eddins, Palmerville. 

A. E. Eudy, Mt. Pleasant, R. F, 
D. I. 

Martin James, Big Lick, R. F. D. 
G. H. Corriher, Palestine. 
S. H. Cooper, Mabrey. 
James Thomas, Whitley. 

STONE MOUNTAIN, 190.5. 

W. F. Myers, Mulberry. 

S. S. Jennings, Gray. 

C. M. Caudill, Dockery. 

C. P. Andrews, Fair Plain. 

R. C. Cothren, Trap Hill. 

J. B. Burke, Hall's Mill. 

S. A. Bumgarner, Miller's Creek. 

F. C. Hall, Hall's Mill. 
^Morgan Lyon, Trap Hill. 
Solomon Brown. ^Mulberry. 
L. B. Myers, Dehart. 

\V. J. A. Blevins, Xew Life. 
Wilborn Woodrup, Moxiey. 
Barnev Cothren, Trap Hill. 
J. S. Kilby, Trap Hill. 

STONY FORK, 1905. 

J. F. Church, Kelsey. 
L. W. Kerley, Blowing Rock. 
John Bowles, Bamboo. 
Wra. Minton, Mt. Zion. 

B. F. Wilcox, McGuire. 
A. B. Green, Sugarloaf. 
Xoah Winkler, Boone. 

R. L. Wagner, Stony Fork. 
W. R. Gragg, Grand Father. 
J. C. Waters, Summit. 
H. H. Church, Summit. 

SURRY, 1905. 

Joe Phillips, Mt. Airy. 

C. F. Carson. Low Cap. 
J. S. Smith, Bridge. 

J. L. Jones, Rusk. 
K. Thompson, Kapp's Mill. 
H. M. Martin. Ronda. 
J. G. Burrus, Rockford. 



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\Vm. White, ^Yhite Plains. 
I. W. Reece, Mt. Airy. 

A. E. Greece, Edwards Mill. 
J. E. Poindexter, Copeland. 
W. L. Reece, Dobson. 

R. W. Reece, Elkin. 
D. J. Melton, Zephyr. 
J. I. Dinimelle, Dimniette. 
J. A. Snow, Dobson. 
-F. C. Sprinkle, Rusk. 
F. T. Lewellyn, Haystack. 
R. W. Boyle's, Pine' Ridge. 

D. J. Scott, Siloam. 

N. H. Adams, Venable. 
Freclin Riddle, Belo. 

TAB RIVER. 

W. J. Collier, Brinkleville. 

B. L. Strickland, Battleboro. 
J. W. Bowers, Aslee. 

J. T. Smith, Bethel. 
A. H. Hoyle, Henderson. 
S. J. Bartholomew, Castalia. 
A. Corey, Jamesville. 
J. B. Fuighum, Stallings. 
J. G. Falkner, Engleside. 
W. B. Carniiciiael, Nashville. 
AY. J. Wilder, Spring Hope. 
0. C. Stallings, Enfield. 
Miss Z. A. Eagles, Crisp. 
J. T. Sexton, Tarboro. 
A. B. Cameron, Elm City. 
A. A. Hedgepeth, Xashville. 

C. Highsmith, Enfield. 

E. L. Hale, Littleton. 
R. L. Averitt, Civerton. 
H. E. Rodwell, Macon. 
0. L. Pittnian, Whitaker. 
W. H. Ragsdale. Greenville. 
L. L. Johnson, Hamilton. 
W. H. Mabry, Essex. 

J. T. Alderman, Henderson. 
T. E. Powell, Whitaker. 
E. L. Brown, Hobgood. 
J. C. Creech, Glove. 
J. H. ]\Iassey. Pilot. 
L. W. Bagby, Littleton. 
W. E. Joyner, Xashville. 
J. L. Coleman, Macon. 
•L W. Strange, ]\Iapleville. 

A. P. Mustian, Macon. 

R. L. Bennett. Middleburg. 
W. A. Bowden, Spring Hope. 
Thomas Shearington, Alert. 
W. C. Strickland, Wood. 
W. T. Johnson, Laurel. 

B. G. Alford, Nashville. 



W. B. Daniel, Henderson. 
L. E. White, Wilson. 
David Wist, Henderson. 
M. N. Parrish, Henderson. 

F. C. Furgerson, Rocky Blount. 
J. A. Daughtridge, Nashville. 
S. Goode, Spring Hope. 

A. C. Griflin, Nashville. 

W. R. White, Plymouth. 

J. P. Chears, Sutton. 

Ruftin Griffin, Castalia. 

W. H. Faulkner, Rocky Mount. 

Wm. Tucker, Grove Hill. 

J. K. Dickerson, Roanoke Rapids. 

J. D. Everett, Robersonville. 

Vv. S. Strickland, Lewisburg. 

W. R. Lancaster, Rocky iMount. 

R. O. Caudle, Rosemary. 

C. H. ^Nlurry, Samaria. 

G. B. West, Louisburg. 

R. M. Johnson, Scotland Neck. 

W. 0. Dunn, Wise. 

H. B. Haywood. Wakefield. 

A. T. Barnes, Henderson, 

A. J. Parker, Speeds. 

J. H. Williams, Spring Hope. 

S. J. F. Filer. Rocky Mount. 

J. P. Shepherd, Elb'on. 

S. J. Austin, Tarboro. 

W. P. Thrower. Veni. 

A. T. Barnes, Vaughn. 

W. E. Hawks, Warren Plains. 
J. R. Rodwell, Warrenton. 
J. H. Hyman, Washington. 

B. A. Pope. Weldon. 

J. R. Marks, Whitaker. 

D. B. Pierce, Castalia, 

S, A, Newell, Williamston. 
W. M. Moss, Wilson. 

TENNESSEE RIVER. 

C. M. Davis, Robbinsville. 
Allen Welch, Proctor. 

J. W. Coxey, Almond. 
Jno. H. Jenkins, Stecoah. 
W. M. Laney, Bryson City. 
W. H. Blanchard, Smoke Mont. 
N. T. Suvryer, Judson. 
J. D. Patterson, .Judson. 

E. C. ^larr, Needmore. 
J. R. Smiley, Needmore. 
J. R. Oliver, Gee. 

W. H. Cole. Gee. 
W. R. :kIont€ith, Bryson City. 
0. P. Williams, Bryson City. 
L. E. Williams, Wh'ittier. 



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L. I. Marshburn, Duvall. 
J. M. Marshburn, Duvall. 

D. S. Lindsay, Bryson City. 
T. A. Carpenter, Cheoah. 

E. Eogers, Robbinsville. 

R. T. Cunningham, Needmore. 
S. B. T. Gibson, Swain. 
E. D. Green, Judson. 
J. R. Martin, Bushnell. 

C. C. Bryson, Xantahala. 
J. T. Gibbey, Needmore. 
J. W. Rogers, Cheoah. 

J. H. Brown, Bryson City. 

A. J. Hall, Bryson City. 
James Oliver, Noland. 

THREE FORKS. 

W. J. Farthing, Watauga Falls. 

E. J. Farthing, Sugar Grove. 

J. R. Wilson, Reece. 

W. D. Farthing, Matney. 

J. M. Hodges, Whaley. 

D. E. Dougherty, Boone. 
J. E. Hayes, Hagaman. 

J. D. Brown, Blowing Rock. 

W. F. Sherwood, Amantha. 

J. T. Simmons, Boone. 

Hardy Baird, W. W. Bass, Googoo. 

D. B. Clark, Tamarack. 
S. L. Marshall, Hale. 

J. R. Grider, Dark Ridge. 

B. C. Hagaman, Sweet Water. 

E. Greene, Whaley. 

G. W. Smith, Hopkins. 

E. G. Minton, Boone. 

W. R. Moore, Rutherwood. 

N. L. Byers, Zionville. 

J. C. Chappel, Balm. 

G. W. Phillips, Beech Creek. 

Milton Hodges, Vilas. 

J. M. Elrod, Blowing Rock. 

VV. B. Graybeal, :Mast. 

W. M. Cannon, Elk Park. 

\V. H. Penninfjton, Zionville. 

W. N. Howell," Brook Side. 

J. C. Shull, Shull's Mills. 

A. E. Goins, Penley. 

L. N. Perkins, Boone. 

A. J. Gambill, Peoria. 

■T. M. Hodges, ;Mable. 

A. Roten, Zionville. 

T. J. Palmer, Leandcr. 

TRAX.SYLVAXIA, 1905. 

C. M. Gallamorc. Brevard. 
I. M. Browning. Brevard. 



H. A. Orr, Brevard. 
J. H. Bagwell, Reba. 
J. M. Hamlin, Brevard. 
M. L. Jones, Brevard. 
W. C. Ray, Grange. 

E. M. Allison, Grange. 
Lee F. Norton, Gallaway. 
C. W. Henderson, Quebec. 
O. S. Galloway, Galloway. 
Street Burns, Cedar Mountain. 
W. C. Bowen, Galloway. 

T. B. Sims, Ecusta. 

TUCKASEIGEE. 

R. M. Fisher, Barker's Creek. 

F. C. Dills, Big Ridge. 
R. R. Fisher, Addie. 
W. L. Henson, Painter. 
R. F. Jarrett, Dillsboro. 
R. L. Monteith, Deets. 
Theo. Lowing, Dillsboro. 
C. C. Cra^vford, Balsam. 
Cole Buchanan, Deets. 
R. B. Shuler, Addie. 

W. A. Henson, Beta. 
Z. V. Watson, Speedwell. 
John L. Hyatt, Whittier. 
R. W. Green, Dillsboro. 
T. C. Bryson, Sylva. 
Hanley Powell, Tuckaseigee. 
Lee Fisher, Wilmot. 
S. F. Woodward, Deets. 
W. L. Cowan, Webster. 

UNION, 1905. 

J. A. Helms, Unionville, 1. 

J. S. Simpson, Monroe, 2. 

F. A. Marsh, Marshville, 1. 

R. W. Helms. Monroe, 4. 

J. W. Dees, :^Iarshville. 

W. T. Bancom, ^Monroe, 6. 

A. M. Xewsom, Wingate, 1. 

W. F. Griffin, Marshville. 

R. Pope. LTnionville, 1. 

J. T. Black, Waxhaw. 

J. C. Morgan. Marshville. 

>4 A. Fimderbuck, ^Monroe, 4. 

J. W. Bivens, Wingate. 

N. W. Bivens, Wingate. 

T. F. .Tames, Unionville, 2. 

W. E. Williams, Urtionville, 2. 

F. B. Ashcraft, Monroe. 

M. L. Davis, Monroe. 1. 

.T. T. Collins, White's Store. 

J. E. Sustar, Matthews. 

J. R. Haire, Monroe, 1. 



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James Earington, Marshville, 5. 
W. H. Long, Monroe. 
N. G. Thomas, Peaehland, 1. 
J. B. Underwood, Monroe, 5. 
W. L. Parker, Olive Branch. 
M. L. Baker, Monroe, 1. 

F. F. Bryant, Olive Branch. 
M. N. Bivens, Monroe, 2. 

D. C. Montgomery, Monroe, 4. 

Walter Pressley, Monroe, 6. 

A. B. Helms, Monroe, 6. 

L. L. Parker, Monroe, 1. 

Z. W. Newell, Mineral Springs. 

WEST CHOWAN. 

G. W. White, Aulander. 
Josiah Brown, Coleraine. 
D. B. Lasiter, Potecasi. 
D. R. Britton, Coleraine. 
Magnus Joyner, Woodland. 
J. R. Phelps, Merry Hill. 
W. J. Barnes, Lewiston. 

C. L. L. Cobb, Kelford. 
R. W. Fleetwood, Jackson. 
J. H. Bowen, Askewville. 
J. E. Vann, Winton. 

C. S. Godwin, Ahoskie. 
T. Gillam, Windsor. 

H. J. Ward, Merry Hill. 
W. J. Cowan, Cofield. 
R. A. Majette, Como. 

D. Taylor, Harrellsville. 
Jordan Edwards, Margarettsville. 
C. E. Davis, Lasker. 

Worley Cowand, Windsor. 

J. W. Holloman, Harrellsville. 

J. P. Holloman, Rich Square. 

C. L. Stephenson, Gumberry. 

J. W. Rose, Margarettsville. 

R. T. White, Conway. 

J. P. Slade, Aulander. 

J. W. Saijderlin, Windsor. 

Edwin Lassiter, Creeksville. 

J. R. Sanders, Quitsna. 

J. R. Byrum, Coleraine. 

W. A. Thomas, Cofield. 

C. J. Jovner, Aulander. 

W. H. Miller, Ahoskie. 

C. H. Griffin, Woodland. 

E. H. Dew, Cofield. 

John Freeman, Union. 

R. L. Edwards, Ahoskie. 

J. L. Joyner, Severn. 

E. Leggett, Windsor. 

J. R. Crocker, Seaboard. 

E. L. Bishop, Roxobel. 



B. F. Martin, Conway. 

E. J. Grant, Lasker. 

W. T. Carstarphen, Garysburg. 

A. E. Saunders, Aulander. 

H. V. Scarborough, Murfreesboro. 

J. W. Boone, Winton. 

J. K. Parker, Murfreesboro. 

J. T. Long, Jackson. 

G. M. Holloman, Woodland. 

WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA. 

H. B. Elliott, Andrews. 

W. T. Groves, Hayesville. 

M. D. Ledford, Hayesville. 

T. C. Camp, Hayesville. 

J. W. Winchester, Hayesville. 

N. B. Lovingood, Grandview. 

N. R. Barrett, Grandview. 

James Lovingood, Marble. 

G. W. Kinsey, Warne. 

R. L. Watson, Elf. 

T. A. Wooten, Murphy. 

S. N. Griffith, Shooting Creek. 

J. A. Roland, Lookout. 

T. J. McGuire, Peachtree. 

T. J. Thomason, Peachtree. 

C. B. Styles, Tusquittee. 

W. W. Shropshire, Andrews. 

WILMINGTON, 1905. 

W. H. Lewis, Atkinson. 
W. R. Atkinson, Sloop Point. 
T. W. Stallings, Wallace. 
W. R. Anderson, Keith. 
H. C. Wilton, Montague. 
J. T. Bland, Burgaw. 

C. C. Rice, VVilmington. 

T. W. Marshall, Canetuck. 
J. L. Watson, Point Caswell. 
W. E. Taylor, Catherine Lake. 
Sam. Blossom, Castle Haynes. 
S. C. Hall, Wilmington. 
Ernest Huffman, Richlands. 
W. H. Barnhill, Atkinson. 
M. B. Humphrey, Jacksonville. 
J. P. Herring, Wilmington. 
W. J. Hollingsworth, Currie. 
Wilson Rogers, Wilmington. 
W. W. Larkins, Long Link. 
W. T. Moore, Ivanhoe. 
R. B. Moore, Wilmington. 

D. N. Page, Jacksonville. 
A. F. Bland, Teacheys. 
L. R. Highsmith, Kerr. 
John R. Hanby, Wilmington. 
R. T. Rivenbark, Willard. 



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T. A. Watson, Wilmington. 
J. L. Costin, Ivanhoe. 
J. H. Brinson, Currie. 

A. Carroll, South Washington. 
N. J. Lanier, Rocky Point. 

J. H. Squires, Nat ]\Ioore. 

YADKIN, 1905. 

P. G. Scott, Shoals. 

C. R. Transou, Boonville. 
J. C. Reece, Boonville. 

J. H. Sailor, Mana. 
W. X. Horn, East Bend. 
H. J. Mickey, Poindexter. 
L. A. Speas, Huntsville 

D. M. Holconib, Jonesville. 
J. N. Jester, Richmond Hill. 
D. G. Reece, Boonville. 

B. F. Rollins, Cana. 



I. J. Cranfill, Courtney. 
Enos Stinson, Boonville. 
J. H. Eaton, Yadkinville. 
S. D. Brown, Hamptonville. 
W. F. Reece, Jonesville. 
W. J. Dunn, Hamptonville. 
^V. V. Brown, Cycle. 
J. B. Galloway, Boonville. 
J. A. Wiseman, Yadkinville. 



L. H. Hutchins, Windom. 

W. E. Gouge, Xewdale. 

W. T. Tomberlin, Swiss. 

J. S. Farnor, Kittyton, Tenn. 

D. C. Renfro, Toledo. 

W. T. Higgins, Flag Pond, Tenn. 

J. W. Bryant, Wilhite. 



STATISTICAL SUMMARY. 157 



STATISTICAL SUM/WARY. 



[Conclusion of Report of Hight C. Moore, Statistical Secretary.] 

The statistics of North Carolina Baptists for 1906, though fresher 
and fuller than those submitted a year ago, are yet quite incomplete. 
They are gathered chiefly from the various Associational minutes and 
cover in each case the past Associational year. 

Aggregates. Of the 1,807 churches whose names are published, mem- 
bership figures are reported from 1,760 churches, the total being 194,485; 
1,193 churches reported baptisms, which aggregated 11,105. There was 
reported for State Missions $26,663.80; Home Missions, $16,067.39; 
Foreign Missions, $29,926.66; Orphanage, $26,025.51; Ministerial Edu- 
cation, $4,252.61; Aged Ministers, $2,609.54; Sunday School Missions, 
$989.39; the grand total being $106,534.90. 

Contributing Churches. Of the 1,494 contributing churches, as re- 
ported, there were 1,249 churches which contributed to State Missions; 
1,237 to Foreign Missions; 1,236 to the Orphanage; 1,112 to Home 
Missions; 699 to Aged Ministers; 617 to Ministerial Education; and 194 
to Sunday School Missions. There were 128 that reported offerings for 
all these benevolences. 

Churches Leading. Asheville First still leads in membership with 
964. Raleigh Tabernacle leads in baptisms with 107, four other churches 
reporting more than fourscore each; West Albemarle 82; Orphanage, 81, 
and 80 each by Edgemont in Durham and Bryan Street in Goldsboro. 
Raleigh First led in gifts to State Missions ($741.52), to Home Missions 
($803.79), and to Sunday School Missions ($50.00). For Foreign Mis- 
sions Charlotte First led with $1,232.10, though Asheville First followed 
closely with $1,200, and Wilmington First with $1,032,62. Charlotte 
First also led in its gifts to Ministerial Education with $162.21. For 
the Orphanage Asheville First led with $1,859.29, though if a Lirge indi- 
vidual gift were not counted Scotland Neck would lead with $840.92, and 
Lumberton would stand next with $634.07. For Ministerial Relief Dur- 
ham First led with $55. In total contributions Asheville First leads 
with $4,274.35. 

Associations Leading. The Tar River stands first in number of 
churches (98); in baptisms (716), the Chowan, Mt. Zion and West 
Chowan having over 400 each; in contributions to State Missions 
($3,614.71); to Home Missions ($1,518.96), though Central, Mt. Zion 
and West Chowan go above $1,000 each; to Foreign Missions ($2,374.35) 
though from eleven to nineteen hundred each is reported from Bun- 
combe, Central, Chowan, Flat River, Mecklenburg-Cabarrus, Mt. Zion, 
Robeson, South Fork, West Chowan and Wilmington; to the Orphanage 
with $3,333.67, the Buncombe and West Chowan each reporting more 



158 ]N'. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

than $2,000; to the Aged Ministers with $284.10, though Mt. Zion is not 
far behind with $282.87; and in total contributions with $11,510.01. 
For Ministerial Education the West Chowan leads with $394.64, the Mt. 
Zion also giving more than $300. For Sunday School Missions the 
Little River leads with $170.98, the Mt. Zion and Tar River each giving 
more than $100. In membership the West Chowan stands first with 
11,113, the Tar River second with 10,635, and the Chowan third at 
9,040, while Kings Mountain, Mt. Zion and Raleigh go beyond 6,000 each. 

Per Capita Contributions — Churches. In at least 42 churches the 
average contributions per member for the regular Conventional objects 
was more than $2.00. Lumberton leads with $6.97 per capita; Scotland 
Neck comes next with $6.63; and Pittsboro follows with $6.08. In the 
$5.00 class appears Raleigh First at $5.55 and Gastonia at $5.02. Char- 
lotte First stood at $4.95; Asheville First and Cameron at $4.43 each; 
Pritchard Memorial, Charlotte, at $4.32; Statesville First at $4.21; and 
Weldon at $4.08. From Chowan came $3.57; from Wilkesboro, $3 56; 
from Wake Forest, $3.53; from Durham First, $3.38; from Thomasville, 
$3.33; from New Bern Tabernacle, $3.12; from Morehead City, $3.04; 
from Greenville, $3.03. Hickory gave $2.99; Smithfield, $2.98; Rocky 
Mount, $2.94; Spring Hill (in Pee Dee), $2.92; Beaver Dam (in Bun- 
combe), $2.88; Nashville, $2.80; New Bern First and Del way, 
$2.77 each; Globe, $2.71; Greensboro First, $2.64; North Rocky Mount, 
$2.63; High Point, $2.51; Walnut St., Greensboro, $2.49; Roxboro, $2.48; 
Wilmington First, $2.41; Antioch (in Neuse), $2.31; Spencer and 
Worthville, each $2.24; Broad Street, Winston, $2.23; Laurinburg, 
$2.11; Aberdeen, $2.06; Madison, $2.00. 

Per Capita Contributions — Associations. A year ago five Associations 
reported each an average contribution of more than $1.00 per member, 
and they stood in order as follows: Neuse, Mecklenburg-Cabarrus, Cen- 
tral, Piedmont and Buncombe. This year eight Associations are to be 
numbered in this class. Buncombe stands first at $1.67; Mecklenburg- 
Cabarrus, second, at $1.57; Neuse, third, at $1.34; Central, fourth, at 
$1.27; Piedmont, fifth, at $1.26; Atlantic, sixth, at $1.22; while Mt. 
Zion and Tar River tie at $1.07. Those giving more than 75 cents per 
member are Beulah, Flat River, Johnson, Pee Dee, Robeson, South Yad- 
kin, and Wilmington (which stands at 99 cents). The others giving 
more than a half dollar are Eastern, Liberty, Little River, Pilot Moun- 
tain, Sandy Creek, South Fork, South River, and West Chowan. In 
thirteen Associations the average is less than a dime, a half dozen of 
these reporting less than a nickel each. The average contribution of 
our entire membership as here reported for the seven regular Conven- 
tional objects was 54 cents as against 46 cents last year. 

Blanks. As reported there are 189 churches temporarily pastorless; 
614 had no baptisms; while of 47 the number of members has not been 
obtained, a reduction from 84 last year. There are 313 that report no 



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benevolent contributions. The Brier Creek, Elkin, Stone Mountain, and 
Stony Fork reported nothing for State Missions; the Alexander, Alle- 
ghany-Grayson, Brier Creek, Elkin, New Found, and Stony Fork, noth- 
ing for Home Missions; the Alleghany-Grayson, Elkin, New Found noth- 
ing for Foreign Missions ; only the Liberty-Ducktown is blank in the 
column for the Orphanage; 21 are blank in the column for Ministerial 
Education: 18 in that for Aged Ministers; 28 in that for Sunday School 
Missions. 558 churches failed to report for State Missions; 695 for 
Home Missions; 570 for the Orphanage; 1,190 for Ministerial Educa- 
tion; 1,108 for Aged^ Ministers ; and 1,613 for Sunday School Missions. 
1,366 churches gave to one or more of the several objects without giving 
to all. 

Sunday Schools. Last year 1,290 Sunday Schools, with an enroll- 
ment of 104,534, and a teaching force of 9,381, were reported; this year 
there are 1,460, with an enrollment of 115,709, and a teaching force of 
9,687 — again of 170 schools, 306 officers and teachers, and 11,175 pupils. 
There are still 384 churches that report no Sunday School, though it is 
certain that a goodly number of them have Sunday School at least part 
of the year. Baptisms from the Sunday School are reported from 35 
Associations, the total being 3,898, an increase of 1,647 over last year. 
Seventy branch schools are reported from 19 Associations. There are 
731 evergreen Sunday Schools in 47 Associations. The Beulah, Bun- 
combe, Haywood, Sandy Run and Surry report more Sunday Schools 
than churches, while the same number each is reported from Cedar 
Greek, Mecklenburg-Cabarrus, Ealeigh, Robeson, Stanly, and Three 
Forks. The Piedmont this year joins the Mecklenburg-Cabarrus in re- 
porting more Sunday School scholars than church members. The Tar 
River stands first in number of Sunday Schools (85), in number of 
pupils (7,167, having gained 2,001 last year), in number of baptisms 
from school (653), and in number of evergreen schools (55). In num- 
ber of branch schools West Chowan leads with 12, and in contributions 
to Sunday School Missions Little River leads with $170.98. In North 
Carolina (white) the Baptists have one-third of the Sunday Schools, 
more than one-third of the officers and teachers, and five-twelfths of the 
total Sunday School enrollment. 

Woman's Work. The financial figures tabulated are for the year and 
a quarter preceding the first annual meeting last April of the Woman's 
Missionary Union as a separate body; the other figures are taken from 
the books December, 1906. There are 842 Societies in 48 Associations, 
with a membership of 10,014. In number of Societies the West Chowan 
leads with 75; the Tar River follows with 61; Kings Mountain is third 
with 55 ; and there are more than 30 each in Chowan, Green River, Mt. 
Zion (49), Neuse, and Robeson. In membership the Tar River leads 
with 928; Mt. Zion is next with 910; and there are five others with 
more than 500 each. In contributions Mt. Zion leads with $2,385.76; 



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Tar River stands second with $2,115.17; and others giving more than 
$1,000 each are Buncombe, Central, Mecklenburg-Cabarrus, and West 
Chowan. The Constitution and By-Laws of the Woman's Missionary 
Union is printed herewith as a matter of information and to show the 
relation existing between it and the Convention. 

Baptist Schools. Reports from 27 schools have been received and 
tabulated. During the session of 1905-1906 there were 4,313 students 
enrolled, eight schools reporting 119 ministerial students. Fifteen 
schools reported their enrollment November 1st, 1906, the total being 
2,325. Of the 197 teachers 84 are male and 113 female. Land, build- 
ings and equipment are valued at $650,400. Only Baptist University 
for Women and Wake Forest College report endowment, the former being 
$37,000 and the latter $280,368. The Treat Loan Fund of Mars Hill 
College amounts to $4^000. A dozen institutions report their annual 
income, which aggregates $108,095. 

Frequency of Preaching. The reports are by no means full, but it is 
ascertained that 77 churches have preaching every Sunday as against 
68 last year. Also, there are 78 churches that have preaching two Sun- 
days in the month. About 1,650 churches are content with preaching 
one Saturday and Sunday in each month. 

Denominational Rosters. Seven lists are herewith given, embracing 
about 2,800 names and addresses: (1) the twelve foreign missionaries 
from North Carolina who are at work under the aiispices of the Foreign 
Mission Board of Richmond; (2) the 23 North Carolina students in the 
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (an increase of eight over last 
year), five of whom, as indicated, will be ready for permanent pastoral 
work next spring; (3) the 1,215 ordained ministers, 672 of whom are re- 
ported as pastors; (4) the 1,465 Sunday School Superintendents; (5) 
the 26 principals and presidents of Baptist high schools and colleges; 
(6) the 35 vice-presidents of the Woman's Missionary Union in the 
several Associations; and (7) the 120 associational moderators and 
clerks. 

Historical Data. At Oxford in 1897 was intrusted to the Statistical 
Secretary the duty of gathering various data of denominational interest. 
Herewith is published a list of minutes, etc., now in the Baptist Mission 
Rooms. Last year, for the first time in a long while if ever before, was 
collected and bound in one volume a complete file of the sixty associa- 
tional minutes for 1905. Also for the year closing files are in hand of 
the Biblical Recorder, liorth Carolina Baptist, and catalogues of Bap- 
tist institutions, which will be bound and preserved. With the neces- 
sary supplements is given also the Historical Table of the Convention. 

Other Figures. As items of interest brief statistics are given of the 
Colored Baptists of the State, numbering 144,949 in 1905: of all the 
Sunday Schools (white), numbering 4.600: of all the denominations 
(white), with a total membership of 526,511.